[mod_python] Help installing mod_python

Jorge Sanchez jorgersg at gmail.com
Thu Oct 15 18:58:05 EDT 2009

Thanks for the reply Graham:

I tell a little bit more. I'm using Windows Vista (I know it's sucks but
it's company policy). I tried it installing version 2.3 of Python and it
worked. The thing is I need it to be version 2.5 to be the one working, but
after uninstalling version 2.3 and installing 2.5, python is not set in my
windows registry. I'm a newbie on this, so I don't exactly know where
exactly do I have to execute the configure and make commands you are talking
about. I'm just double clicking the MSI of python. I don't know if it has
something to do that the version 2.3 is an exe file and the version 2.5 is
an msi.

2009/10/15 Graham Dumpleton <graham.dumpleton at gmail.com>

> 2009/10/16 Jorge Sanchez <jorgersg at gmail.com>:
> > I continue reading people who succeded installing mod_python for python
> 2.5,
> > the thing is that when I try to install it the installer tells me that I
> > need version 2.3 to install and that it doesn't exist. After that I see a
> > window where I can write the path, but it doesn't allows me to do it.
> > Any help on this will be much appreciated.
> It is hard to guess what you are doing wrong given that you do not
> even show the output of the 'configure' or 'make' commands.
> At a guess though I would probably suggest you don't have  the
> corresponding 'python-dev' package installed for your Python version.
> This will possibly result in the 'configure' script thinking you don't
> have any Python installed, or at least think it is the wrong version.
> Graham
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