ImportError: cannot import name irp


#1

Hello Folks,
I have just setup a clean install of Ubuntu mate 17.04. Installed insync by adding entries to apt config and it installed fine.
But if I “insync start” I get nothing, no errors, no icon on the tray and no sign of insync in ps output.

So tried with no daemon mode -
dbannon@Desktop:~$ insync start --no-daemon
Traceback (most recent call last):
File “”, line 6, in
File “main.py”, line 128, in
File “main__insync.py”, line 180, in
File “main__insync.py”, line 37, in main
File “ideskmain/client.py”, line 6, in
File “idesknet/requester.py”, line 4, in
ImportError: cannot import name irp

Don’t see anything like this in the forum …

David


#2

Got that same error on clean install of ubuntu 17.04 xfce


#3

Same here. Running Ubuntu zesty with Gnome.


#4

Same here after an upgrade 5 minutes ago. Ubuntu 17.04 with Gnome Shell.


#5

Thanks for the feedback guys, we’re investigating this issue. Saw similar reports after the update to 1.3.17 @lpugoy


#6

Apologies everyone. Please try upgrading to 1.3.18 to resolve the issue. It has been added to the repo. Download links are below:

Insync
64 bit, 32 bit

Headless
64 bit, 32 bit


#7

yep, seems to have fixed the issue.

Thanks for great service guys !

David


#8

Dear, is there an update for debian Stretch (Clean Install)?
Same error:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File “”, line 6, in
File “main.py”, line 128, in
File “main__insync.py”, line 180, in
File “main__insync.py”, line 37, in main
File “ideskmain/client.py”, line 6, in
File “idesknet/requester.py”, line 4, in
ImportError: cannot import name irp

Regards.


#9

@eroz: Apologies for not replying sooner. The repo for Debian Stretch should have been updated. You can also install the latest package from here: New Insync version: 1.3.17.