Thanks to our users help that sent us the error logs of failed installations (a new feature of the r2.0.11 release) we discovered that some installation on Linux are failing due to the system locale not supporting UTF8 coding. In order to perform the Zerynth installation a UTF8 terminal is needed, please follow this guide to configure it as needed.
You can spot this error by opening the installation log and looking for lines similar to these:
<br><br>RuntimeError: Click will abort further execution because Python 3 was configured to use ASCII as encoding for the environment. Either run this under Python 2 or consult http://click.pocoo.org/python3/ for mitigation steps.<br> <br>This system supports the C.UTF-8 locale which is recommended.<br>You might be able to resolve your issue by exporting the<br>following environment variables: ...