[Mailman-Users] make install error
alaric at babylon5.babcom.com
Mon May 28 20:34:46 CEST 2001
On Mon, May 28, 2001 at 12:32:41PM -0400, Barry A. Warsaw wrote:
> >>>>> "v" == venkateswaran <gv_indian at yahoo.com> writes:
> v> Still I am in trouble. I have not commented out the line shared
> v> in Setup. It compiled as a static and could see shamodule.o in
> v> Modules directory. I did not get any errors while
> v> installing. run make test, lists the modules with "test_sha"
> v> without any comments. Still I am getting the same error sha
> v> module import error. I too tried to install python2.1 also and
> v> failed to figure it out.
> v> I do not know what should be the next step.
> I can't imagine what your problem is. Are you sure that Mailman is
> using the exact same executable as you built and tested? There isn't
> another Python executable somewhere else on your path that it is
> finding instead. Try using Mailman's --with-python configure switch.
> Python 2.1 should be as easy as just typing "configure ; make
> install". When all else fails try that.
I installed Mailman-2.0.5 with Python-2.1, and also had module import
errors. I discovered that the problem is that Python-2.1's "make install"
installed files into /usr/lib/python2.1 with severely FUBARed permissions.
chown -R root.root /usr/lib/python2.1
chmod -R go-w,a+rX /usr/lib/python2.1
Then see if Mailman works better for you.
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