Which module I'm missing?

Igor Korot ikorot01 at gmail.com
Thu Sep 25 09:03:09 CEST 2014

Thanx Dieter.

On 9/24/14, dieter <dieter at handshake.de> wrote:
> Igor Korot <ikorot01 at gmail.com> writes:
>> I got a suggestion to install eric for my developmental needs.
>> Unfortunately, it looks like my Linux distribution have a bug as
>> running eric throws an exception.
>> [code]
>> igor at IgorDellGentoo ~/plaso-build/liblnk-20140905 $ eric5
>> An unhandled exception occurred. Please report the problem
>> using the error reporting dialog or via email to
>> <eric5-bugs at eric-ide.python-projects.org>.
>> A log has been written to "/home/igor/.eric5/eric5_error.log".
>> Error information:
>> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>> 2014-09-21, 07:56:26
>> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>> <class 'ImportError'>:
>> No module named 'DebugClients.Python3.coverage'
> This tells you that "DebugClients.Python3.coverage" could not
> be imported. The real problem might be "DebugClients"
> or "DebugClients.Python3" or "DebugClients.Python2.coverage".
> To find out, import those packages/modules in an interactive
> Python interpreter session in turn. The first failing import
> indicates the real problem.
> If "DebugClients" is the culprit, then either the package is
> not installed or not covered by "sys.path" (the envvar "PYTHONPATH").
> You might try "locate DebugClients" to see whether "DebugClients" is
> somewhere
> on your file system.
> The installation instructions for "eric" might tell you something
> about package or configuration dependencies.
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