Start fails due to "ImportError: No module named gi"

Bug #1512154 reported by Karl-Philipp Richter on 2015-11-01
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Bug Description

This happens because `/usr/bin/anoise` contains `python /usr/share/anoise/anoise.py`, but since it depends on the `python` of the package management system it should be `/usr/bin/python`. Making this more flexible using a shell variable or omitting the unnecessary bash script in favour of the `setuptools` `entry_points` mechanism makes sense.

experienced with 0.0.25 on Ubuntu 15.10

description: updated
costales (costales) wrote :

python Should be in the path in a Linux system, shouldn't it?

Changed in anoise:
status: New → Won't Fix

`anoise` is no longer in the repositories of 17.04, so I can't test this, but thanks for taking a look.

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