hmm, yeah, something is still not right
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error in setup, or setup not found
and probably more worrying (and possibly the cause of the above)
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "otc.py", line 156, in <module>
etc.memory_used = psutil.virtual_memory()
AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'virtual_memory'
but Ive checked your install log and it says its successfully installed this module
(and everything else)
Installing collected packages: psutil
Found existing installation: psutil 5.4.1
Successfully uninstalled psutil-5.4.1
Running setup.py install for psutil: started
Running setup.py install for psutil: finished with status 'done'
Successfully installed psutil-5.4.1
so its looks a bit like last time, where for some reason… part of it is getting corrupted as it installs.
(last time it was alsaaudio.so, this time something else)
I wonder if the issue is, that the USB drives are just not very reliable for bigger installations…
its very strange, lots of no trouble, and then others have seem to stumble with completely different issues, as if something ‘random’ is failing. -also notably, those that get it installed, have no issue with it.
what I would probably try is to freshly format the USB stick (in FAT32 format)…
either this stick or another, obviously back it up first, if your using the same one for other patches.
as I suspect, its only the OTC_Install, and once that has ‘worked’, you dont need it any more…
so if you the usb stick is freshly formatted perhaps that will help.
the other possibility i can think of is the sdcard is giving errors (not easy to check without the console), less likely as they are more resilient, and there is not much write activity.
if you have an sdcard reader/writer , you could reinstall the Organelle,
(theres instructions on the forum, its very simple… if you use something like etcher.io)
its a pain, but unfortunately it looks like either the usb disk is corrupting when reading it, or the sd card is corrupting on write.
unfortunately, i cant know which from the logs… im starting to wonder if its more likely the sdcard, the reason is… the files are copies across as zips, and so I think if they were damages whilst reading, i think this would break the integrity of the zip file… similarly i also have a checksum check in the zop file so i know they are not corrupted …
(I put this on, as large patches and the OS updates were also frequently getting corrupted)
(… im sure we are only seeing here with OTC install, because its a lot of files, and some relatively large)