Output of "idle &" in terminal after garuda linux upgrade:
File "/usr/bin/idle", line 3, in
from idlelib.pyshell import main
File "/usr/lib/python3.10/idlelib/pyshell.py", line 53, in
from idlelib import debugger
File "/usr/lib/python3.10/idlelib/debugger.py", line 7, in
from idlelib import macosx
File "/usr/lib/python3.10/idlelib/macosx.py", line 7, in
from test.support import requires, ResourceDenied
ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'test'
Do not know how to reinstall test.support package in python again. If I would know that, that will fix this issue.
I can put output of garuda-inxi, but that's not linked to this problem, because it's obvious, python test package can not be found (imported) in macosx.py file and because of that it's needed to be re-installed, but I don't know how because that package can be a part of another package which should be reinstalled or it has different name than 'test'. I will try with python-setuptools.
Don't be mad at me, but if you read the template, we would always like to have the garuda-inxi no matter what someone believes or is obvious.
Maybe someone else from the forum can help you here, but the fault is not Garuda.
And we are not a python school either, so as also mentioned in the template, have you done any research on the internet?
Here again to read up.
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Hello. All I know is it happens here too. No Idea.
I'm not finding anything useful online, not the same error.
I just updated and rebooted, no difference.
I never noticed before but it was there before the very last update.
Not mad, just wanted to explained the main issue, because I'm also programming in python for 6 months and I'm programmer for more than 20 years. I was just wondering if someone knows where python test package, which also has test.support, can be found.
Regression test package, which was missing, is a part of Python Standard Library which is linked to current python version in general, so that library can't be upgraded as an extension. So only solution was to find that package inside extracted and downloaded file of python 3.10.8 (because I use last working version as well) inside it's Library folder. So it's path is .....Python/Lib/test.