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Cannot find shredder #171
I've just installed rmlint on my Linux Mint 17.3 system
It runs from command line (apparently ?) OK
but when I run
.. >rmlint --version
rmlint was written by Christopher Pahl and Daniel Thomas.
there exists a folder : ./usr/lib/python3.4/site-packages/shredder/
however my default python system is 2.7 (needed for Linux Mint)
But cannot run 'shredder'
We had this a few times already: #167 (comment). This seems only to affect Debian based distros, as explained there.
Short version; use this to get it started:
# This is only temporary, put this in .bashrc if you want it persistent: $ export PYTHONPATH=$PYTHONPATH:/usr/lib/python3.4/site-packages/
If you're a bit unlucky, you might need to do these beforehand:
$ sudo apt-get install gir1.2-polkit-1.0 $ sudo apt-get install gir1.2-gtksource-3.0
I have tried the workaround, but I am getting this
I am on stable debian.
On Xubuntu 14.04:
EDIT: So I guess it is possible I am at GTK+ 3.10, and I can't find a clear answer if I can upgrade XUbuntu 14.04 LTS to 3.12 or higher. Anyone know, and can point me to a how-to? Or is there some other workaround? Thanks!
EDIT: If this problem is because I am at 3.10 I will wait for 16.04 LTS to see if the upgrade takes care of it. If there is another fix let me know. Thanks!
I think it will be probably troublesome to update just
Im afraid, but we depend on ActionBar and it's a bit hard to substitute (especially since that sort of problem solves itself by waiting...).
Thanks for the quick response. I'll just use the command line while I wait. Shouldn't be that long before the next XUbuntu LTS is out.