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Common errors and fixes related to installing Hummingbot

Binary: Why does my anti-virus software flag Hummingbot's binary installer?

This has been reported by some users starting from version 0.33 (see GitHub issue #2680).

The two AV engines that give a positive reading are Gridinsoft and Cyren. They both have methods of submitting false positives:

https://blog.gridinsoft.com/how-to-report-the-false-detection/ https://www.cyren.com/support/reporting-av-misclassifications

We believe these are fairly generic designations that are probably triggered by the general crypto code in the ethsnarks module for the Loopring connector.

Source: ModuleNotFoundError

ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'hummingbot.market.market_base'
root - ERROR - No module named
(See log file for stack trace dump)

Solution 1: exit Hummingbot to compile and restart using these commands:

conda activate hummingbot

Solution 2: make sure you have a conda section in ~/.bashrc. Run conda init if it is not there. Explanation: if you have custom PATH defined in ~/.bashrc, supplied scripts (./compile etc) may pick the wrong python binary, causing different errors.

Source: SyntaxError invalid SyntaxError

File "bin/hummingbot.py", line 40
  def detect_available_port(starting_port: int) -> int:
SyntaxError: invalid syntax

Source: conda command not found

$ conda
-bash: conda: command not found

If you have just installed conda, close terminal and reopen a new terminal to update the command line's program registry.

If you use zshrc or another shell other than bash, see install dependencies (https://docs.hummingbot.io/installation/mac/#install-from-source)

Docker: Package 'docker.io' has no installation candidate

Hummingbot installed

Install Docker using get.docker.com script as an alternative. Install curl tool then download and run get.docker.com script.

apt-get install curl
curl -sSL https://get.docker.com/ | sh

Allow docker commands without requiring sudo prefix (optional).

sudo usermod -a -G docker $USER

Docker: Permission denied after Docker installation

docker: Got permission denied while trying to connect to the Docker daemon socket at
unix:///var/run/docker.sock: Post
dial unix /var/run/docker.sock: connect: permission denied.

Exit from your virtual machine and restart.

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