ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'selenium'

Im receiving:

ModuleNotFoundError: No module named ‘selenium’

My ymel:

requirements.txt contains selenium:

I will appreciate any help

I’m pretty sure the requirements.txt gets never used. The command that would use it isn’t in a run step, it’s in an (unused) run parameter for the actions/setup-python step. You need to make the pip install a run step.

Hi, Thanks for commenting! sorry for being junior. I do not totally understand the problem.
Please, can you be more specific and tell me what to add/move/ delete in which row?

I changed everything so many times and still didn’t understand.

Hi @MikaTsur
What I see is you are mixing actions/setup-python with run as one step.
I would suggest something eg:

  - uses: actions/checkout@v3
  - uses: actions/setup-python@v3
      python-version: '3.x'
      architecture: x64
  - run: |
      python -m pip install --upgrade pip
      pip install -r requirements.txt
  - run:

PS sorry if some indentation issues. Difficult to see it in form.

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Thank you @ViacheslavKudinov, that’s exactly what I meant. :slightly_smiling_face:

@MikaTsur The important thing to understand here is YAML syntax. YAML can represent many kinds of data, not just Actions workflows. The steps element of a job is a list. Each step is an element in the list, each marked with a dash at the same indentation level. run needs to be right in that element to make it a run step, which runs a command. See also: Learn -

Thank you so much!!! finally I see a progress and the new error -

What should I do here?

You might need to explicitly call the Python interpreter to run the script:

  - run: python
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I would recommend to start there Building and testing Python - GitHub Docs
also great to check other learnings Guides for GitHub Actions - GitHub Docs

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It is look much better now!!! I see lines from python codes in the github logs.
last error- :slightly_smiling_face: ‘charmap’ codec can’t encode characters in position 0-2: character maps to


Something related to UTF-8 I think

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I can’t open the link, but that sounds like a problem with string processing in your code. Saying more would require seeing the code and full error message.