eager at eagercon.com
Mon Jun 10 17:22:57 CEST 2002
Thanks. It was trying to open libsip.so, not looking for libsip.so.*.
Adding the link makes this problem go away (and another show up).
On Sun, 09 Jun 2002 21:56:28 GMT, "Erlend J. Leiknes"
<nookieNO_SP_AM at online.no> wrote:
>if you have the debugging application strace (its most likely you have it)
>write a small application who only does: from qt import *
>save it, run it like this: strace python your_app.py 1> log1.txt 2>log2.txt
>wait for it to finnish, and edit log2 (or log1).txt, scroll to the bottom,
>and look for io signales that tries to open libsub.so.*
>now you should find out what your filename should be.
>"Michael Eager" <eager at eagercon.com> wrote in message
>news:2se7guc3kkmm3bgooj776j55igpkmgpst4 at 4ax.com...
>> I'm trying to use Python 2.2 and PyQt on a RedHat-7.2 system.
>> I get an error when I execute "from qt import *" -- there is a failure
>> in qt.py when it executes "import libsup". The error is "No module
>> named libsup".
>> libsup.so.9 is a link to libsup.so.9.0.3 and is in
>> /usr/lib/python2.2/site-packages. If I enter "import libsup", I get
>> the same error message.
>> Any suggestions?
>> -- Mike Eager, eager at eagercon.com
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