Bryn.Davies at AirLiquide.com
Tue Aug 6 11:15:25 EST 2002
First, I apologise for jumping in straight away with a question, instead of lurking around and possibly trying to help some others, but I'm a bit puzzled as how to get around the problem I'm facing. I've run mod_python on Linux servers before, but for various reasons, work wants this one deployed on Win32 for the moment. Apache deployed fine, I added mod_python.dll to LoadModules, performed the AddModule mod_python.c etc, and Apache starts fine. The problem arises when I try to execute the example python script as shown in the Win32 Installation Guide ( App. A ): Here is an excerpt from the error log: [Tue Aug 06 10:03:35 2002] [error] [client 172.17.1.39] File "C:\program files\python22\lib\mod_python\apache.py", line 55, in ? [Tue Aug 06 10:03:35 2002] [error] [client 172.17.1.39] import _apache [Tue Aug 06 10:03:35 2002] [error] [client 172.17.1.39] ImportError: No module named _apache At the expense of sounding like a dimwit, can anyone inform me of where this module lives? It doesn't seem to be in the distributions I downloaded. If it is a code object, can someone likewise inform me of a source for a precompiled version? Decent compilers are rather scarce here. It would be great if I could get this project up on its legs, because ( irony ) if I can get all this jumping on Win32, apparently I'll be able to use Linux servers for the final deployment. :-P If anyone can give me any advice, I would be most greatful to them. :-) Regards, and happy pythoning, Bryn Davies. -- Bryn Davies, Systems Administrator. Air Liquide Healthcare Australia.