[Mailman-Users] problem while compiling on slack 10.0

William Maddler news at maddler.net
Fri Dec 17 23:18:08 CET 2004

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Brad Knowles wrote:
| At 7:51 PM +0100 2004-12-17, William Maddler wrote:
|>  ImportError: No module named japanese
|>  make: *** [update] Error 1
|>  ============================================================
|>  DAMN!
|     If you do the following Google search, you will find a number of
| hits which may be useful to you:
|         "ImportError: No module named japanese"
| inurl:mail.python.org/pipermail
|     However, not knowing the specifics of your installation, it's hard
| to say which solution is likely to work for you.

I'll answer to myself again :)

some links where missing, solved with:

ln -s /usr/src/linux/include/linux /usr/include/linux
ln -s /usr/src/linux/include/asm /usr/include/asm
ln -s /usr/src/linux/include/asm-generic /usr/include/asm-generic

i suppose that was my fault since I am using a self-compiled 2.6.9
kernel tree, but it was in /usr/src/linux as it was supposed to be, and
I never had any problem.

BTW, I hope this will help others having the same problem

and then installed Japanes and Korean modules found in
mailman-2.1.5/misc directory...

didn't found a way to avoid installing jap and kor support, since I'm
101% I won't need them... ;)

thx anyway...
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