Safest upgrade path?
Oschler at earthlink.net
Fri Aug 30 17:33:23 EDT 2002
"Gerhard Häring" <gerhard.haering at opus-gmbh.net> wrote in message
news:slrnamvhfj.2ec.gerhard.haering at haering.opus-gmbh.net...
> Robert Oschler wrote:
> I'd recommend to compile Python yourself to install it in /usr/local. Then
> compile and install all the third-party packages you need with your Python
> in /usr/local/bin. In a word: don't use RPM for Python stuff.
Ok. I saw a document:
on installing python from sources. In it there are several libraries being
shown (e.g. curses). I installed 2.1.1 from RPM's so how can I find out
what libraries I need to include?
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