[mod_python] Multiple versions on one machine

Gregory (Grisha) Trubetskoy grisha at modpython.org
Fri May 25 18:14:02 EST 2001

mod_python will most likely "see" the one that is invocable as "python"
during compilation. Do you have a python -> python1.5 symlink?


On Fri, 25 May 2001, Brendan Paull wrote:

> Hi,
> 	On my Red Hat 7.0 system I have two versions of python installed (1.5 and
> 2.1) andt hey both work fine. They can be called by typing python1.5 and
> python2.1. I could not deinstall the RPM for 1.5 because there are many
> things that depended on it in my system. However, I have got my mod_python
> (v2.7) working and I can call scripts from inside the html directory
> (/var/www/html/python/ and HTML files for apache are in /var/www/html).
> However, mod_python sees only 1.5. How do I go about getting it to see the
> 2.1 as well?
> 	Also, how would I go about getting python to work as a CGI interpreter,
> again preferably the 2.1 version. I already have perl5 working on the
> system? Is there a how-to somewhere?
> I would appreciate any insight into either on of these questions,
> Thank you in advance,
> Brendan Paull
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