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shutil.copy argument problem (was: Re: Failed the first hybrid iso build for live-build)

2013/11/25 Daniel Baumann <daniel.baumann@progress-technologies.net>
On 11/25/2013 01:26 PM, Franklin Weng wrote:
> Installed from ubuntu repository.

we don't support that version, it's horribly outdated. please upgrade to
the latest version of live-build 3.x (being 3.0.5-1 at the moment).

Okay, thanks.  I purged the old version and reinstall a latest git version (4.0~alpha30-1)
I know it is an alpha version. 

This time when building, it was blocked due to the following error:

[2013-11-26 13:07:14] lb chroot-includes 
[2013-11-26 13:07:14] lb chroot-hooks 
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/lib/live/build/chroot-hooks", line 108, in <module>
  File "/usr/lib/live/build/chroot-hooks", line 87, in main
    shutil.copy(hook, os.path.join('chroot/live-build/' + os.path.basename(hook)), follow_symlinks=True)
TypeError: copy() got an unexpected keyword argument 'follow_symlinks'

I googled and found that shutil.copy() with follow_symlinks argument should be python3 only.  This error messages seems that it was calling python2, hence didn't know what follow_symlinks was.  However, I looked at the /usr/lib/live/build/chroot-hooks.  It calls /usr/bin/python3 as its shell interpreter, and my /usr/bin/python3 points to /usr/bin/python3.2mu, which was installed by ubuntu.

Is it a bug of live-build 4.0 alpha?  I'll try with 3.0.5 later.


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