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Bitbake works for one user and not another

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patsandt
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I'm successfully building an iMX6Q bitbake recipe for a sudo user on Ubuntu 16.04. Using the same setup and recipes for a non-sudo user on the same machine (Ubuntu 16.04) I get the "cannot import name data" failure.

I am cloning the project in the same way, run the setup_oe.sh and source commands in the same way. The PATH variables are the same. I believe that I should not have to be a sudo user to run bitbake.

The goal is to have jenkins run the bitbake. It does not work in a jenkins script, so I tried manually from /home/jenkins.

Because it works for one user and not for another on the same machine, I believe the posts I've seen about html5lib and a bad install are not applicable.

See attached log.

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patsandt
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More info: I manually ran "import bb" from both accounts. The one account worked. The other reported : "Client is not authorized to connect to Serverimport: unable to open X server ':1' @ error/import.c/ImportImageCommand/364."

This suggests it is an X issue, and that makes sense for the test case: logging in as myself and su-ing to the other account. I'm going to try a Jenkins automated build tonight without my intervening at all.

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