Missing critical module: "pygtk"

Hi:

When I try to execute “Editor.py”. Gives the error message:

Missing critical module: “pygtk”

Exiting!

I search old discuss, but that is not much with me.

My system stats :

Windows + cygwin

GnuRadio 3.1.1

GRC 0.69

I am sure the “pygtk2 2.6.3-1” installed.

Thanks.

Open a python interpreter shell by typing “python” in the command line.
Type “import pygtk” and press enter. What is the error message?

Its possible that gtk is not installed.

-Josh

It is probably installed, just missing in python path.

If you have slocate installed

updatedb
locate pygtk.py
or if not

find / -name pygtk.py -print

Once, pygtk.py is found, you have to add its path to the pythonpath:
/var/lib/python-support/python2.5 is the path on my pc, I dont know
about cygwin

export PYTHONPATH=/var/lib/python-support/python2.5

See if the next command gives an error

python -c “import pygtk”

-Josh

Yes, you are right.
I gat message:

“ImportError : No module named pygtk”

What I can do now?
I am sure I had select “pygtk2 2.6.3-1” in the Cygwin packages. Have
another
way to install pygtk when use Cygwin?

Thank your answer.

Hi:

I have try type command “updated && locate pygtk.py”.
So, I get the result:

$ locate pygtk.py
/cygdrive/c/$RECYCLE.BIN/S-1-5-21-1473618752-1584729294-3736591951-1003/$RGJ
BMMY.0/pygtk.py

Now, problem is: I don’t know how to find “python”, and how to add its
path
to the pythonpath?
But, I guess “/lib/python2.5” look like you say.
If it is, how can I do?

At this webpage http://www.gnuradio.org/trac/wiki/CygwinInstallMain
He tell me do type command: export
PYTHONPATH=/usr/local/lib/python2.5/site-packages
It like you tell me method.
But, I try already. It not use.

Anyway, thank you very much.

-JackyYang Taiwan

JackyYang wrote:

Hi:

I have try type command “updated && locate pygtk.py”.
So, I get the result:

$ locate pygtk.py
/cygdrive/c/$RECYCLE.BIN/S-1-5-21-1473618752-1584729294-3736591951-1003/$RGJ
BMMY.0/pygtk.py

I dont think pygtk is supposed to be located in the windows recycle bin.

Now, problem is: I don’t know how to find “python”, and how to add its path
to the pythonpath?
But, I guess “/lib/python2.5” look like you say.
If it is, how can I do?

Very important that the directory containing pygtk is also found in the
python path. Does that directory “/lib/python2.5” contain pygtk? From
the result above, I seriously believe that pygtk is not installed. You
can try downloading pygtk source and installing it:
http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/sources/pygtk/2.12/

Has anyone else used GRC + cygwin? Did you install pygtk through the
cygwin package manager (setup.exe?) or was it a source install?

Hi:

Thank your suggest.

I try to download pygtk2.12.0 and install it.
But I get the error message :
Checking for headers required to compile python extensions… not found
Configure: error: could not find Python headers

So, I try type command “export
PYTHONPATH=/usr/local/lib/python2.5/site-packages” before install.
It not use.

Another thing, does that directory “/lib/python2.5” contain pygtk?
It is not.
This directory have “/lib/python2.5”, “/lib/python2.4”, “/lib/pygtk”.
At “/lib/pygtk” directory inside, it have a directory /2.0.

Anyway, pygtk directory is not in the /python2.5.

I don’t know, what I can do now?

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