Plugins written in Python can no longer be enabled

Földes László foldes at
Sat Sep 3 09:40:02 UTC 2011

That's what you get when you install a publicly beta OS in place of a 
working environment (despite all warnings).
If you want to experiment with the Beta, why don'y you do it in a 
virtualized environment? Then you can go back and forth between the two.


On 2011.09.02. 21:25, Jean-Philippe Fleury wrote:
> Hi,
> I updated to Ubuntu 11.10 Beta 1, and I'm no longer able to enable 
> gedit plugins written in Python. Example of an error on the terminal:
> (gedit:19196): libpeas-WARNING **: Error initializing Python 
> interpreter: could not import gi
> (gedit:19196): libpeas-WARNING **: Please check the installation of 
> all the Python related packages required by libpeas and try again
> (gedit:19196): libpeas-WARNING **: Cannot load Python plugin 
> 'snippets' since libpeas was not able to initialize the Python 
> interpreter
> (gedit:19196): libpeas-WARNING **: Error loading plugin 'snippets'
> I created a report about that:
> for project "gedit". Should I add another project affected by this bug 
> (for example "libpeas"), so the report could be visible on the 
> adequate project to be triaged rapidly? I use gedit all the time, so 
> it's a very big bug for me.
> Regards,
> Jean-Philippe

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