I'm glad to hear it's all good now :-)
Scott Rubin wrote:
> I am using the i386 version.
> I found the problem, by the way. I am trying to use S3 in combination
> with django. A tutorial on how to do so linked to a different version
> of S3.py. I had that version in my Python path, and s3cmd was
> attempting to use it instead of using the version in the Ubuntu
> package. That other version did not have PkgInfo in it, hence the
> I removed the offending file, and also installed s3cmd from source,
> and now it works.
> On Thu, Nov 13, 2008 at 20:43, Michal Ludvig <michal@...> wrote:
>> Scott Rubin wrote:
>>> I installed s3cmd via apt on my laptop running Ubuntu 8.10. When I ran
>>> it, I got this error message.
>>> $ s3cmd
>>> Traceback (most recent call last):
>>> File "/usr/bin/s3cmd", line 1033, in <module>
>>> from S3 import PkgInfo
>>> ImportError: cannot import name PkgInfo
>> I'll have a look at it. I have already seen several reports like yours.
>> There seems to be a problem with s3cmd package on Ubuntu 8.10. In the
>> meantime I suggest you download and install the source from:
>> BTW are you running i386 or amd64 version of Ubuntu?