[mod_python] error: could not import mod_python.apache

Lee Brown administrator at leebrown.org
Fri Apr 21 08:27:13 EDT 2006

The reason why I asked you to check the owner status is that the owner of a
file or application is always fully-privileged for that file or application.
Ask your system administrator to log and in and try running your tests
again.  If it works when the administrator is the current user and it
doesn't work when you are the current user, then somewhere in the
apache/mod_python/python process there is a file that cannot be accessed by
an ordinary user.
If so, the quickest solution is for your administrator is to create a new
user group that has administrator-level privileges for all of apache,
mod_python, python, and the web document directories - all the stuff you
will be using.  He should then add your user to that group.

Best Regards,
Lee E. Brown
(administrator at leebrown.org)



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[mailto:mod_python-bounces at modpython.org] On Behalf Of e.deventer at boer.nl
Sent: Thursday, April 20, 2006 8:55 AM
To: Lee Brown
Cc: mod_python at modpython.org
Subject: RE: [mod_python] error: could not import mod_python.apache

"Lee Brown" <administrator at leebrown.org> wrote on 20-04-2006 14:09:35:

> O.K., try this for both python.exe and apache.exe: 
> Right click the file, select Properties, click the Security tab, and
> then down at the bottom click Advanced.  Then click the Owner tab.  
> Do both files have the same owner? 

They have the same owner: Administrator. 
(I use Windows with a standard user account, I can get the Administrator to
login and make changes if necessary) 
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