Getting " ImportError: No module named wnf " during ERP-Next installation

i am trying to install erpnext by running 'install_erpnext.py' and it gives an error message :

    ro...@erpnext:~# python2.7 install_erpnext.py --create_user
    useradd: user 'erpnext' already exists
    Enter new UNIX password: Retype new UNIX password: passwd: password updated succ                                                 essfully
    Operating System = Linux
    Python Version = 2.7.3
    Distribution =  ubuntu
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Installing Packages: (This may take some time)
    python python-setuptools python-dev build-essential python-mysqldb git memcached                                                 ntp vim screen htop
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    MySQL Root user's Password:
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Installing Python Modules: (This may take some time)
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Pre-requisites Installed
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Installing ERPNext
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ERPNext Database Name: erpnext
    Traceback (most recent call last):
      File "install_erpnext.py", line 301, in <module>
      File "install_erpnext.py", line 39, in install
      File "install_erpnext.py", line 177, in install_erpnext
    ImportError: No module named wnf

I don't know what to do now. I also try to copy the file 'erpnext/lib/wnf.py'and put it with 'install_erpnext.py' but it still gave the same error. I have already installed Python modules and other packages. thanks in advance...



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Please wait for install script for version 4 - should by out today.



On Thursday, February 13, 2014 6:51:35 PM UTC+5:30, mayank gour wrote:
i am trying to install erpnext by running 'install_erpnext.py' and it gives an error message :

    ro...@erpnext:~# python2.7 install_erpnext.py --create_user
    useradd: user 'erpnext' already exists
    Enter new UNIX password: Retype new UNIX password: passwd: password updated succ                                                 essfully
    Operating System = Linux
    Python Version = 2.7.3
    Distribution =  ubuntu
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Installing Packages: (This may take some time)
    python python-setuptools python-dev build-essential python-mysqldb git memcached                                                 ntp vim screen htop
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    MySQL Root user's Password:
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Installing Python Modules: (This may take some time)
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Pre-requisites Installed
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Installing ERPNext
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ERPNext Database Name: erpnext
    Traceback (most recent call last):
      File "install_erpnext.py", line 301, in <module>
      File "install_erpnext.py", line 39, in install
      File "install_erpnext.py", line 177, in install_erpnext
    ImportError: No module named wnf

I don't know what to do now. I also try to copy the file 'erpnext/lib/wnf.py'and put it with 'install_erpnext.py' but it still gave the same error. I have already installed Python modules and other packages. thanks in advance...



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