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On Fri, Dec 21, 2012 at 02:03:40PM +0800, Isml <76069016 <at> qq.com>
hi, everyone: I want to compile python 3.3 with bz2 support on RedHat 5.5 but
fail to do that. Here is how I do it:
1??download bzip2 and compile it(make??make -f Makefile_libbz2_so??
2??chang to python 3.3 source directory : ./configure --with-
3??make 4??make install
after installation complete, I test it?? [root <at> localhost Python-3.3.0]# python3 -c "import bz2" Traceback (most recent call last): File "<string>", line 1, in <module> File "/usr/local/lib/python3.3/bz2.py", line 21, in <module> from _bz2 import BZ2Compressor, BZ2Decompressor ImportError: No module named '_bz2'
You have to install bz2 development files (headers and libraries) before recompiling python.
By the way, RedHat 5.5 has a built-in python 2.4.3. Would it be a
Depends on what are you going to do.
I've faced the same problem: while installing packages packed in .tar.bz2 using pip it failed with the same error on importing BZDecompress from _bz2 module (it could not find the `_bz` module). So You can solve the problem by adding a prefix with direct location to your compiled python3.3. <b>But first you need to add a custom path to libbz2 in this line in setup.py<b>:
# Gustavo Niemeyer's bz2 module. if (self.compiler.find_library_file('/lib/i386-linux-gnu/libbz2.so.1.0.4/', 'bz2')): # lib_dirs, 'bz2')):
then make && make -f Makefile-libbz2_so && make install (and be careful passing correct --prefix to ./configure)