Description of problem:
If one runs Luci, without using root permission. If Zope is not installed it produces a python error.
If Zope is installed, the error indicates the program needs to be run as root.
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Steps to Reproduce:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/sbin/luci_admin", line 33, in ?
from Products import __path__
ImportError: No module named Products
Only the 'root' user can run /usr/sbin/luci_admin
Try again with root privileges.
Not a major problem, but I was trying to diagnose a problem with python and when I figured out Zope was missing and got a Valid Error message I said "DOOH!".
How did you manage to not have the zope bits installed but luci installed?
Didn't install the cluster stuff during the install, but instead used:
yum groupinstall cluster
(Machine was originally installed as workstation, NOT server).
(Not in the office today to look over the machine).
Or I MAY have done:
yum install luci
(ISince the machine was going to be simply managing the cluster nodes and not actually part of it).
One thing I remember from the install was that there was only 1 dependency (and it wasn't Zope).
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