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ImportError: No module named globalhotkeys

Discussion in 'Porting New Software' started by inurneck, May 4, 2012.

  1. inurneck

    inurneck New Member

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    I think this belongs here. If it doesn't, feel free to move it where it belongs.

    I am trying to get guake to work with freebsd FreeBSD. I have done this once before, but I either don't remember how I fixed this error or for some reason I didn't get it last time. Does anyone know what python module I need to install to get globalhotkeys and where it is in the ports tree?

    I'd love to get guake working again. To me at least it's a must have. Thanks.

    Code:
    [mike@core ~]$ guake
    Traceback (most recent call last):
      File "/usr/local/lib/guake/guake.py", line 40, in <module>
        import globalhotkeys
    ImportError: No module named globalhotkeys
    [mike@core ~]$ 


    My google efforts have been exhausted on the above. I'm just getting irrelevant topics.
     
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    SirDice: guake isn't a Quake client, it's a dropdown terminal like the Quake one, to be able to always have a handy shell just pressing ².
     
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