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I have a CSV file with usernames that I want to import into kolibri. When I run - C:\Program Files (x86)\Kolibri> kolibri manage importusers C:\Users\Fundi\Documents\KolibriFile.csv as indicated on the manual, then what it does is odd, because it opens Kolibri on the browser and doesn’t do anything relating to importing the users. The users are not added and Kolibri doesnt through any error.
Hi @maxwellfundi, could you try something for me? On the windows command prompt, could you type kolibri --help? (two dashes before the help). I’m wondering if you get an output like this (or if it just opens Kolibri in the browser like before).
Yes, it looks like kolibri isn’t on your system’s PATH (so you can call programs without providing their exact location). Could you confirm that you have Kolibri 0.12.7 installed, since that installer is supposed to automatically set up the PATH for you.
Otherwise, you would need to add kolibri.exe to your PATH environment variable yourself. I’m not familiar with Kolibri on windows, so I’m not sure where that is on the file system. I’m asking the team right now. The kolibri executable should be located at C:/Python34/scripts/kolibri
@jonathan I have actually figured out why this was not working. I have 0.12.7 installed and I checked my Path environment and it seems its on the C:\Python34\Scripts so after running --help here it seems to do something i would expect.
So let me now see what happens when I do the other things
I’m glad you figured it out @maxwellfundi! It does look like a problem that you weren’t able to use kolibri manage importusers outside of C:/Python34/scripts, since kolibri should be added to the PATH as of version 0.12.7. We’ll look into it.