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I have installed an extra module which needs an extra python routine. It is BeautifulSoup, needed for account_banking. I installed BeautifulSoup.py in a directory of which I thought it should be the right one. There are a lot of other python routines there. Next thing, I stopped and started the service.
However when I try to open to log in the database I get an error with a traceback with: ImportError: No module named BeautifulSoup
I assume OpenERP didn't find the module because it is expecting it in an other directory.
How to find out in which directory OpenERP is looking for this and other routines? Can this be found in some kind of a configuration file?
pip install beautifulsoup (version 3 NOT beautifulsoup4)
if you don't have pip, install it via
apt-get install python-pip
pip helps in handling python-packages. why manual decompress, look for folder, copy, undo-because-wrong, repeat-again... if you can save time (o.k. not always, but sometimes)
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|Asked: 3/15/13, 8:00 AM|
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