Error Setup with mysql

I want to install Tryton on my Debian Host, but get alwayse the Error “ModuleNotFoundError: No module named ‘trytond.backend.mysql’” after I use the command “trytond-admin -c /etc/tryton/trytond.conf -d trytond --all”.

I’ve tried it on several machines with servereal Version, but I don’t know whats wrong. I hope someone could help.

My tried Debian Versions are 10, 9.8 and the sid channel.
My Tryton Versions (5.xxxx) are installed either from the repository, with pip or directly with the tryton repository.

In trytond.conf I’ve added the uri line.
uri = mysql://tryton:tryton@localhost:3306/

Before I’ve created a database user with the name tryton with the authorities to create tables.

Could someone give a an advice?

Thanks in advance.

MySQL support was dropped on version 4.8. Postgresql is the recomended database backend for 5.x series (and newer)

Good to know.
Thanks a lot.

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