jimpop at yahoo.com
Tue Jul 26 17:45:22 EDT 2005
On Wed, 2005-07-27 at 06:51 +1000, Graham Dumpleton wrote: > No, you will need to rebuild mod_python to explicitly use the newer > version of Python. I checked the FAQ and found an entry on doing this (entry 2.21) It says to configure --with-python=/usr/local/bin/python2.4, but I am using python2.2, so I do this: cd mod_python-2.7.11$ ./configure --with-python=/usr/bin/python2.2 Then I get this: .... checking for --with-python... ./configure: cd: /usr/bin/python2.2: Not a directory /root/BUILD/mod_python-2.7.11 checking for python... no configure: error: python executable not found in /usr/bin/python2.2, perhaps you need to build Python first. I have these rpms installed: rpm-python-4.0.4-7x.18 python-1.5.2-43.73 python2-2.2.2-11.7.3 python-tools-1.5.2-43.73 python2-devel-2.2.2-11.7.3 Do I really need to rebuild python2 from scratch just to get mod_python working with it? This seems like more work than necessary. Is there perhaps a mod_python2 project somewhere? Thanks, -Jim P.