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asked 2015-10-21 10:33:01 -0500

bryanh's avatar

Trying to setup askbot on Ubuntu 15.10. I get the following error when trying to run

sudo python2 

*                      *
*   Askbot self-test   *
*                      *

Unsupported version of module pytz,
found version 2013b0, pytz==2013b required.
please run:
> pip uninstall pytz && pip install pytz==2013b

If necessary, type ^C (Ctrl-C) to stop the program
(to disable the self-test add ASKBOT_SELF_TEST = False).

When I try to reinstall pytz, pip normalizes the version by addingthe "0" at the end but then the version check fails. Is there any way to ignore that one check or fix to match the correct version number?

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answered 2015-10-27 05:01:34 -0500

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I set ASKBOT_SELF_TEST = False into the, then it seems to skip these tests.

It's more a comment but I can't add a comment.

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