import pywikibot
RuntimeError                              Traceback (most recent call last)
<ipython-input-1-e0bee3c78364> in <module>()
----> 1 import pywikibot

/srv/pwb/lib/python3.4/site-packages/pywikibot/ in <module>()
     35 )
---> 37 from pywikibot import config2 as config
     39 from import (

/srv/pwb/lib/python3.4/site-packages/pywikibot/ in <module>()
    337 _get_base_dir = get_base_dir  # for backward compatibility
--> 338 _base_dir = get_base_dir()
    339 # Save base_dir for use by other modules
    340 base_dir = _base_dir

/srv/pwb/lib/python3.4/site-packages/pywikibot/ in get_base_dir(test_directory)
    331             exc_text += "  Directory where is searched is determined as follows:\n\n"
    332             exc_text += "    " + get_base_dir.__doc__
--> 333             raise RuntimeError(exc_text)
    335     return base_dir

RuntimeError: No found in directory '/home/paws'.
  Please check that is stored in the correct location.
  Directory where is searched is determined as follows:

    Return the directory in which user-specific information is stored.

    This is determined in the following order:
     1.  If the script was called with a -dir: argument, use the directory
         provided in this argument.
     2.  If the user has a PYWIKIBOT2_DIR environment variable, use the value
         of it.
     3.  If user-config is present in current directory, use the current
     4.  If user-config is present in directory, use that directory
     5.  Use (and if necessary create) a 'pywikibot' folder under
         'Application Data' or 'AppData\Roaming' (Windows) or
         '.pywikibot' directory (Unix and similar) under the user's home

    Set PYWIKIBOT2_NO_USER_CONFIG=1 to disable loading

    @param test_directory: Assume that a user config file exists in this
        directory. Used to test whether placing a user config file in this
        directory will cause it to be selected as the base directory.
    @type test_directory: str or None
    @rtype: unicode