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no module named 'kronos' in ubuntu

I'm using AWS (ubuntu instance) and django. In ubuntu, I did sudo pip install django-kronos. But, When sudo python3 runserr --settings=health.settings Import Error: No module named 'kronos' happens. Kronos works well in locals. Why I get the error in ubuntu??
20-10-2022 06:11:52 -0400

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Hello, The error you are encountering regarding unavailability of ‘kronos’ module is in Ubuntu and it's not related to Denodo. However, if I was getting this error I will make sure that I am interacting with the module on the same python version in which I have installed it. As per your command *“sudo pip install django-kronos”*, you are installing it on python. And as per your command *“sudo python3 runserr –settings=health.settings”*, you are interacting with it in python 3. Hope this helps!
Denodo Team
20-10-2022 17:45:28 -0400
if we can get Kronos to a position where it’s plausible for a fairly knowledgeable Ubuntu sysadmin-type user to install it and start playing with it, then people will just have a play with it. If we require people using [[kronos outage](] to come to the party with a high spec, new, clean, dedicated box, then we’re going to have fewer people trying it out.
 Edited on: 27-10-2022 06:42:00 -0400
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