Thank you @iampete , it’s good to know that’s a local problem on my system.
On python2 and python3 there is a module mavnative “>>> print (help(‘modules’) )” @khancyr I’m a child of windows, so could you give me a little advice to check/uninstall mavproxy where it doesn’t belong, please.
Maybe that’s interesting (but I’m not aware what I see here in detail and how I can update/deinstall a module in a specific python-version):
Could a developer who is working with Cygwin please test: ./Tools/autotest/autotest.py --map test.Plane
and if all is Ok, post here his $PATH and the path where the directory mavproxy_map is.
Any other hint is very welcome, too.
I tried different things like a path-extention /lib/python3.6/site-packages, but nothing worked.
In the meantime I have no further idea what I made wrong or how to fix that problem.