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checho Jun 08, 2010 06:44 PM
Products.CMFPlone:plone error creating a Plone Site, I'm using ArchLinux and have all dependencies installed, all seems too work but when I try to add a Plone Site id admin interface it throws me this error:

('No traversable adapter found', {'extension_profiles': ({'product': 'kupu', 'description': 'Kupu is a cross-browser visual editor.', 'for': , 'title': 'Kupu', 'version': u'1.4.16', 'path': 'plone/profiles/default', 'type': 2, 'id': 'kupu:default'},), 'args': (), 'base_profiles': (), 'default_profile': 'Products.CMFPlone:plone'})

Any suggestion to fix it??
Replies (16)
checho Jun 11, 2010 05:40 PM
It seemes this can't help me... Or i didn't find the solution...
dhiraj Jun 11, 2010 02:05 PM
Are you doing a buildout from source, or is this from Community Edition ISO CD?

It looks like there's something gone wrong with your buildout, as far as I can see - Kupu, the WYSIWYG editor in might not have downloaded properly.

Try rebuilding out with the following commands in the buildout directory (/home/cynin/buildout)
rm .installed.cfg
./bin/buildout -c user.cfg
checho Jun 11, 2010 05:38 PM
Hi dhiraj, I'm doing buildout from source, when a rebuilt and launched it again, when I try to add a Plone Site it throws me the following:

('No traversable adapter found', {'extension_profiles': ({'product': 'kupu', 'description': 'Kupu is a cross-browser visual editor.', 'for': , 'title': 'Kupu', 'version': u'1.4.16', 'path': 'plone/profiles/default', 'type': 2, 'id': 'kupu:default'},), 'args': (), 'base_profiles': (), 'default_profile': 'Products.CMFPlone:plone'})

Don't know how to fix it :(
checho Jun 11, 2010 05:44 PM
Here is the output when I rebuild
dhiraj Jun 11, 2010 05:44 PM
Hmm... does "normal" plone work?
Try making a normal plone site for v3.3.5 with paster (paster create -t plone3_buildout) or from the universal installer of Plone, anything but specifically *not* from buildout source.

If you can get that working then we can safely eliminate any ArchLinux specific issues, and it's probably something else.
checho Jun 13, 2010 12:32 AM
Hi, dhiraj... I think isn't ArchLinux specific issues because I used the universal installer and it installed plone with no errors. I think, that problem is when trying to get Kupu...
dhiraj Jun 11, 2010 05:47 PM
The pastebin URL helped - one immediate problem is that you're using effective-user set to cynin whereas such a user doesn't exist on your system. You should edit user.cfg and change effective-user to a user that has access to your /opt/Narratopedia/Cynin/Instancia1/3.1.3 folder.

And *no*, don't use root! ;)
checho Jun 11, 2010 07:49 PM
Do I have to rebuild after doing that modification?
dhiraj Jun 11, 2010 05:49 PM
Further, instead of doing ./bin/instance start try doing ./bin/instance fg, this will break the instance with log at the exact place where the problem is.
dhiraj Jun 14, 2010 10:50 AM
Your system python is not compiled with Unicode UCS4 support, looks like. This is required for getting to work properly (for proper Unicode support).

You'll need to re-compile your system python for getting this to work. Have a look at the quickstart buildout page ([…]/quickstart-buildout ) - specifically the instructions for Ubuntu 10.04, they show how you can get an up-to-date system python running.
Note: This requires root privileges and you are at risk of clobbering your system python if you get things wrong, please be careful and take proper backups.
checho Jun 15, 2010 07:34 PM
Well.. at this point I don't know what to do, I tried re-compiling my system python with that instructions but the error persists... when I do "./bin/buildout -c user.cfg" and it tries to get Kupu, it throws a lot of errors, and I think this is the problem, however don't know how to fix it.
checho Jun 30, 2010 07:30 AM
Well ... problems persist :-(....
offray Sep 26, 2010 06:40 AM
Checho, I was having the same problem as you with Arch Linux and Cynin 3.1.3. You just need to follow the instructions of pointed by dhiraj about building python 2.4 for Ubuntu 10.04 and remake all the process, not just the buildout, because some important plone files are not touched by this last operation, as pointed in this thread: