pySim ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'construct'
Niels ten Oever
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Fri Apr 30 09:56:01 UTC 2021
Thanks for your quick response, please find my reply below in-line:
On 28-04-2021 21:36, Harald Welte wrote:
> Hi Niels,
> On Wed, Apr 28, 2021 at 07:18:34PM +0200, Niels ten Oever wrote:
>> I am a happy user of pySim - thanks a lot for the work on it. Unfortunately, I think something broke during recent updates that might have to do with software versions.
> pySim has recently been extended heavily, which introduced some new dependencies, and those
> should all be documented in the README, but also
>> I went through a full reinstall and have done all the software installations mentioned in the README.md, but when I do:
>> $ ./pySim-read.py -p0
$ /usr/bin/env python3 --version
> which python version are you using to execute pySim?
>> $ sudo pip3 install construct
>> Requirement already satisfied: construct in /usr/local/lib/python3.8/dist-packages (2.10.67)
> so it is installed for python3.8.
$ sudo pip3 install construct
Requirement already satisfied: construct in /usr/local/lib/python3.8/dist-packages (2.10.67)
>> But that did not solve the issue.
> I suspect you installed 'construct' for python3.8 but you are executing pySim-reads by some other
> version of python? What does the following command tell you:
> /usr/bin/env python3 --version
> I would assume it shows something else than python 3.8.x ?
Unfortunately not, but all other suggestions are welcome!
Niels ten Oever, PhD
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