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Whenever I've tried gourmet I get the following error and I cant track down why. Can anyone help?
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/bin/gourmet", line 13, in ?
from gourmet.OptionParser import *
File "/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/gourmet/__init__.py", line 11,
File "/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/gourmet/defaults.py", line 8,
lang = __import__('defaults_%s'%loc,globals(),locals())
line 551, in ?
UNITS = [["bucket" , ["bucket", "buckets", "bckt."]],
TypeError: list indices must be integers
That's a typo in the python source code. Can you confirm what version you're using and let me know how you installed it?
Well.. firstly I tried a version off a linux format mag as a tarball. That didn't work. So I tried the latest .deb (0.11.2-3)after I installed the right dependencies etc.. I got this error, so I got the stable release, apt-get removed the installed one and installed the 0.8.5.14. Still got the error.
I'm a pretty new Linux user.. maybe I've got some old stuff laying around from my previous attempts that need clearing out? How can I manually clean all the stuff out?
If you're getting this same error from all versions, it's almost certainly a case of not properly clearing out the first install (I doubt this bug would have made it into all those packages without more bug reports -- it's a show stopper and a simple typo, so it's easy to fix). You can look for old Gourmet directories in any of the following places:
Clear them all out and try installing the 0.11.2 .deb from scratch (if you haven't used Gourmet yet, that's the version I'd recommend starting with).
Thanks for that! I cleared everything out and all is working now.. ace! Thanks for that. :)