mike at mikebell.org
Thu Aug 9 23:13:25 EST 2001
On Fri, Aug 10, 2001 at 11:29:29AM +1200, John Pallister wrote: > I presume this is because the mod_python in > libapache-mod-python was linked against the Python in > python2-base. So there's no point in installing (say) > ActivePython's 2.1.1 .deb. I guess I should really build > Python 2.1.1, mod_python and Apache-SSL altogether from the > sources. This would also mean that I could also compile up > PygreSQL and/or PoPy, such that they actually work from > mod_python... > > Can anyone comment on this summary, before I spend several > hours on this (and give up the advantages of the packages)? > > And does anyone have an opinion on the ActiveState Python > stuff? Debian's packages will have been compiled with threads. Just compile your own copy of python and mod_python and install the module. It shouldn't break anything of debian's, because I can't recally any debian package that depends on mod_python.