Pyzor testing?

Mark Nienberg mark at TIPPINGMAR.COM
Tue Nov 18 02:00:02 GMT 2003

On 18 Nov 2003 at 1:32, Michele Neylon :: Blacknight Solutions wrote:

> You may have two copies of python on the system... We solved this problem
> once before though I think we had to do some weird messing around

On RedHat 7.3 at least, the solution is to have two copies of python. You need to
keep the 1.5 version that is installed by default because lots of the RedHat
configuration tools use it.  But Redhat also has an rpm called python2 (for 7.3), which
you can install side-by-side with the other python.

Then in the install directions for pyzor, use :

python2 build
python2 install

Once the install is complete, pyzor is smart enough to use python2 without you doing
anything special to tell it. Python2 is really python 2.2

I don't know if this is the same for RedHat 7.2 or RHEL.


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