heyer's picture
I installed the confconsole package on a distribution squueze but when I run it, have the following error messages: root@squueze: # confconsole Traceback (most recent call last): File "/ usr / bin / confconsole", line 10, in import ifutil File "/ usr / lib / confconsole / ifutil.py", line 6, in import executil ImportError: No module named executil For information: I used the following repository in my sources.list deb http://archive.turnkeylinux.org/debian lenny main contrib (I also tested with http://archive.turnkeylinux.org/ubuntu deb hardy main universe Bur always the same errors). Is this package is not yet compatible with squeeze? Otherwise, do you have any ideas to resolve this problem ?
Jeremy Davis's picture

So I can only assume that is why although I'm not sure. TKL released their beta Debian based Core appliance while Squeeze was still in testing. I anticipate that they will eventually release a Squeeze based appliance range but don't holdd your breath!

Alon Swartz's picture

You could try installing the package from the Lucid repository, it should be compatible with Squeeze, though I haven't tested it.

heyer's picture

I tested all repositories provided by turnkeylinux.
but I still have the same errors.

Have you tested confconsole  in your
squeeze distribution?

Jeremy Davis's picture

Guess that something in Squeeze must be a bit different.

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