[mod_python] mod_python.so is not copied into Apache module folder in Windows

Tim Valenta tonightslastsong at gmail.com
Mon Mar 9 11:20:13 EDT 2009

I've actually experience the same thing each and every time I installed on
Windows.  Once, I installed, ran apache, it complained about the same error.
 then I ran it again and it worked fine.
If that doesn't work, then you've likely forgotten something very subtle.  I
always forget what it is, though.. You'll have to give me a little while to
remember.. I'm toying with my install right now to try to remember what it

It's really a cryptic error, because the files *are* in fact in place, yet
apache's log just says that it can't find the file.

2009/3/9 Luis Manuel Parrondo Merino <luismahou at gmail.com>

> Hi all,
> I hope you can help me with this problem:
> I'm using Apache 2.2.11 and Python 2.5.4 and I'm trying to install
> mod_python 3.3.1 (on Windows Vista). mod_python installer 'seems' to work:
> First, it copies the necessary files into Python directory, and then ask me
> for the Apache base directory.
> The first task is done properly. At least, in my Python distribution
> appears many files related with mod_python.
> But I think that the second one is going wrong. I can't find mod_python.so
> file into Apache modules directory. And the installer doesn't complain about
> anything.
> I suppose that I'm missing something, but I'm totally block. Can anyone
> help me?
> Thanks in advance,
> Luisma
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