Selenium using Python - Geckodriver executable needs to be in PATH
selenium.common.exceptions.WebDriverException: Message: 'geckodriver' executable needs to be in PATH.
Actually, the Selenium client bindings tries to locate the
geckodriver executable from the system
PATH. You will need to add the directory containing the executable to the system path.
On Unix systems you can do the following to append it to your system’s search path, if you’re using a Bash-compatible shell:
On Windows you will need to update the Path system variable to add the full directory path to the executable geckodriver manually or command line** (don't forget to restart your system after adding executable geckodriver into system PATH to take effect)**. The principle is the same as on Unix.
Now you can run your code same as you're doing as below :-
from selenium import webdriverbrowser = webdriver.Firefox()
selenium.common.exceptions.WebDriverException: Message: Expected browser binary location, but unable to find binary in default location, no 'moz:firefoxOptions.binary' capability provided, and no binary flag set on the command line
The exception clearly states you have installed Firefox some other location while Selenium is trying to find Firefox and launch from the default location, but it couldn't find it. You need to provide explicitly Firefox installed binary location to launch Firefox as below :-
from selenium import webdriverfrom selenium.webdriver.firefox.firefox_binary import FirefoxBinarybinary = FirefoxBinary('path/to/installed firefox binary')browser = webdriver.Firefox(firefox_binary=binary)
Download the file from GitHub, extract it, and paste it in Python file. It worked for me.
For me, my path path is:
This steps solved it for me on Ubuntu and Firefox 50.
Copy geckodriver to folder
You do not need to add:
firefox_capabilities = DesiredCapabilities.FIREFOXfirefox_capabilities['marionette'] = Truefirefox_capabilities['binary'] = '/usr/bin/firefox'browser = webdriver.Firefox(capabilities=firefox_capabilities)