Problem w/Indigo plugin

Running Maple 14.0.2

Have successfully installed Indigo with earlier procedure, but problem with the new installation method https://github.com/overhangio/tutor-indigo:

Installation runs without errors:

>> pip install tutor-indigo

But the plugin does not install:

android (disabled) 14.0.0
discovery (disabled) 14.0.0
ecommerce (disabled) 14.0.0
forum (disabled) 14.0.0
license (disabled) 14.0.0
mfe 14.0.0
minio (disabled) 14.0.0
noreg 0.1.0
notes (disabled) 14.0.0
richie (disabled) 14.0.0
webui (disabled) 14.0.0
xqueue (disabled) 14.0.0

>> tutor plugins enable indigo
Error: plugin ‘indigo’ is not installed.

Anyone that has similar experiences?

Hello! I hope you’re doing well this week :+1:t3:

I think this has happened to me before and it all had to do with some of this:

  1. Ensure your tutor root is correctly configured: tutor config printroot, if not, set it to the correct path
  2. The virtual env you’re using is actually the one you’re targetting

Thank you, @mgmdi! (To be honest, Scandinavian style: My weekend was not that good since our cat was run over by one of those electric scooters. We pride ourselves of good public health insurance in this country, but that is for people. The cat was unhappy. Me too. And cat hospitals are EXPEN$IVE!! :wink:

Printroot is at

/home//.local/share/tutor

When I run

>> pip install tutor-indigo

as user root, the plugin is installed and may be activated

android (disabled) 14.0.0
coursegraph 14.0.0rc4
discovery (disabled) 14.0.0
ecommerce (disabled) 14.0.0
forum (disabled) 14.0.0
indigo 13.0.0
license (disabled) 14.0.0
mfe (disabled) 14.0.0
minio (disabled) 14.0.0
noreg 0.1.0
notes (disabled) 14.0.0
richie (disabled) 14.0.0
webui (disabled) 14.0.0
xqueue (disabled) 14.0.0

I find no error messages running

tutor images build openedx
tutor local start -d
tutor local settheme indigo

Site themes are set to “indigo” in Django adm panel.

… but the new theme is still not activated.

Do you see what I do wrong?

Oh god! I’m so sorry to hear that. Is your cat okay now?

I didn’t notice this before but you said you’re running Maple but you’re currently using 14.x versions which correspond to Nutmeg (latest Open edX release). Which version of tutor are you using? If you want to use Maple then use this release. But if you intended to use Nutmeg, then the versions are okay, but you have installed indigo 13.x when it should be 14.x

Can you check that first?

Tanks for feedback! My post contained a slip-of-tongue. I do indeed use Nutmeg… Sorry. (and the cat is improving with intensive private care … :wink:

tutor --version
tutor, version 14.0.2

tutor plugins list
android (disabled) 14.0.0
coursegraph 14.0.0rc4
discovery (disabled) 14.0.0
ecommerce (disabled) 14.0.0
forum (disabled) 14.0.0
indigo 14.0.0
license (disabled) 14.0.0
mfe 14.0.0
minio (disabled) 14.0.0
noreg 0.1.0
notes (disabled) 14.0.0
richie (disabled) 14.0.0
webui (disabled) 14.0.0
xqueue (disabled) 14.0.0

regards,
Helge

Repeating my steps the Indigo is now installed. Problem solved! Thanks for all support.