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Accessing chrome headless through selenium webdriver
lcardot (0)

I am trying to see if I can use webdriver through selenium headless with I believe I have chromedriver.exe correctly applied in this setting as it is just how I have set up on my local IDE, so I am thinking my error may be caused by limitations in repl. Anyone have any experience with chromedriver on repl or just see what I'm doing wrong? Thanks

OldWizard209 (1097)

I guess you are following the Udemy Python course??
If that is the case, I would recommend using OyCharms instead of and also ask a question in Udemy rather than here because they answer much explicitly...

But... Hold ON
If u are not using Udemy, here is the problem:
You should have a path like:
/file1/file2/file3/chromedriver.exe if u r in windows or

/file1/file2/file3/chromedriver if u r in mac

To ge to now the path, just right click r=the driver and do copy path. Paste it into the executalbe_path parameter and remove the C: and swap the \ with /. I m so sorry this is a horribly formated answer. Ping me if u need more explicit explanation... @lcardot

SixBeeps (5062)

According to the error, you don't have the chromedriver executable in the PATH. See here.

lcardot (0)

@SixBeeps I understand that, but from what I figured, if the file was in the folder I'm accessing, then It should be found, right? A lot of the things I've found are talking about adding the location of the file to the PATH environment variable, which I don't know if that is even possible with I'm also not really understanding the documentation for the link you sent.