(Bashfulmerc) #1

OS version: Windows-7-6.1.7601-SP1
Python: 2.7.10
SQLAlchemy: 1.0.5
Logbook: 1.0.0
pyfa version: 1.31.0 Stable - YC119.8 1.0
pyfa root: C:\Users\User\Documents\PYFA = EFT ++\pyfa\pyfa
save path: C:\Users\User.pyfa
fs encoding: mbcs

EXCEPTION: [Errno 13] Permission denied: u’C:\Users\User\.pyfa\settings\pyfaEOSSettings’

(Bashfulmerc) #2

File “C:\Users\User\Documents\PYFA = EFT ++\pyfa\pyfa\\gui\”, line 352, in OnClose

(Bashfulmerc) #3

File “C:\Users\User\Documents\PYFA = EFT ++\pyfa\pyfa\\service\”, line 107, in saveAll
File “C:\Users\User\Documents\PYFA = EFT ++\pyfa\pyfa\\service\”, line 126, in save
with open(self.location, “wb”) as f:

(MacGregor Orlenard) #4

What is this? Look where you post next time.

(ISD Eshtir) #5

Calm down, please. It looks like he posted some sort of Error Log. Maybe @Bashfulmerc can shed some light into what happened and how we can help.

(MacGregor Orlenard) #6

(ISD Eshtir) #7

Thanks. Thread is now moved.

(Althalus Stenory) #8

Maybe you could have used preformated tags to paste your errors.

    Preformatted text

Do you have a user with restricted rights? (Like work PC) (if yes, you have to run pyfa in portable mode)
is it your home PC ?
Did you try running as admin ?
Have the folder C:\Users\User\.pyfa been created ?
Did you try to download the zip version (instead of exe installer) and/or using portable mode ?

Also, you can also report your issue here if none of the above helped you

(system) #9

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