[Mailman-Users] Mailman Novice

Verma, Nitin (GECP, OTHER, 529706) NITIN.VERMA at APPL.GE.COM
Fri Jun 13 17:52:04 CEST 2003

ah , it's a Friday-the-thirteenth problem :-) ... I think so too!

Anyway, I used --perfix to configure Python whereas I used --with-username,
--with-groupname, --prefix,  --with-var-prefix and --with-python for mailman

-----Original Message-----
From: Mitchell Marks [mailto:mitchell at cuip.net]
Sent: Friday, June 13, 2003 9:09 PM
To: Verma, Nitin (GECP, OTHER, 529706)
Subject: RE: [Mailman-Users] Mailman Novice

Maybe use configure option --with-python /path/to/your/python

Also -- after building the python, did you rehash or open a new shell?
Maybe configure wasn't finding the python for that reason.

 Or maybe it's a Friday-the-thirteenth problem :-)

On Fri, 13 Jun 2003, Verma, Nitin (GECP, OTHER, 529706) wrote:

> I have just install Python-2.2.3
> But it fails
> -- README.LINUX Says use python-devel.
> If you are right the I should have no problems .. or I have use some more
> option to configure my make!
> i just used --prefix.

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