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Anaconda and qBittorrent? #10381

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wolfdawncom opened this Issue Mar 14, 2019 · 2 comments

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wolfdawncom commented Mar 14, 2019

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qBittorrent version and Operating System

Latest (4.1.5), Windows 10 Home

What is the problem

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Well, Anaconda may not play well with qBit's plugins?

What is the expected behavior

Search for files with the installed search plugins with the latest Anaconda's Python

Steps to reproduce

Install Anaconda and then install qBittorrent

Extra info(if any)

I uninstalled Anaconda and let qBittorrent install Python automagically and then it worked fine!
Before that, I had an Anaconda Installation for data science and I installed qBittorrent and the search Engines (except two Tokyo something and Foxi something) did not work!
Then I uninstalled and let qBit install Python 3.6.6 32-bit and it worked really well.
Just letting you know. :)

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wolfdawncom commented Mar 14, 2019

Will it be safe to reinstall Anaconda? How do I tell qBit which Python to use?

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ngosang commented Mar 22, 2019

@wolfdawncom it looks like Anaconda is installing his own Python and qBittorrent can't locate the executable path. We can't give support for this case. Just install the standard python.

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