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What's the error message you get when you try running that command?

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12 minutes ago, RONOTHAN## said:

What's the error message you get when you try running that command?

it said command git not found

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Just now, Slowfast said:

it said command git not found

OK, so you'll need to install git. I'm guessing you're on something Debian-based like Ubuntu, so the command to install it is

sudo apt install git

 

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Just now, RONOTHAN## said:

OK, so you'll need to install git. I'm guessing you're on something Debian-based like Ubuntu, so the command to install it is


sudo apt install git

 

okay i'm using mint witch is debian-based 

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9 minutes ago, RONOTHAN## said:

OK, so you'll need to install git. I'm guessing you're on something Debian-based like Ubuntu, so the command to install it is


sudo apt install git

 

i did some more and then it had the image when i tryed to do "python3 ./install.py" after "cd /tmp/grapejuice" i dont know what happend

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9 minutes ago, Slowfast said:

i did some more and then it had the image when i tryed to do "python3 ./install.py" after "cd /tmp/grapejuice" i dont know what happend

Screenshot from 2021-10-14 14-14-02.png

I'm gonna preface this by saying that I'm not great with Python, so if someone else says it's something, it's probably a good idea to trust them over me.

 

That said, it looks like you need to install the setuptools package with pip. I believe the command is

sudo pip install setuptools

If pip isn't installed, you'll need to install it with this command

sudo apt install python3-pip

then try running the install script again and see if it works.

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12 minutes ago, RONOTHAN## said:

I'm gonna preface this by saying that I'm not great with Python, so if someone else says it's something, it's probably a good idea to trust them over me.

 

That said, it looks like you need to install the setuptools package with pip. I believe the command is


sudo pip install setuptools

If pip isn't installed, you'll need to install it with this command


sudo apt install python3-pip

then try running the install script again and see if it works.

thank that fixed it.

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