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Re: A question on two version of python.

From: infotechsys
Subject: Re: A question on two version of python.
Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2002 06:15:22 -0500
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Thanks for the info Scott. I notice at the bottom of the document
that you pointed me to has  an item 9, but nothing there. Was
there suppose to be an item 9?

Scott Lamb wrote:

Like this:

   /usr/local/bin/python ./ <arguments>

But that command won't work well unless you've installed several other
packages. There's a guide to RedHat installation at

Beyond those instructions, you'll need to install the Python drivers for
whatever database you intend to use. Here's how I installed the pypgsql
PostgreSQL driver on RH7.2:

Good luck,

On Sun, 17 Feb 2002, infotechsys wrote:

Hi All,
I'm running Redhat version 7.2 and I did want to override
python 1.5.2 that comes with this version of redhat. So, I installed
python 2.1.2 in /usr/local. How can I tell GNUe to use the version
I installed in /usr/local. When I run ./ it show that
it see python1.5.2.

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