Distributing Python programs
peter at engcorp.com
Wed Jan 28 20:03:44 CET 2004
> "Peter Hansen" <peter at engcorp.com> wrote in message
> > Yes, we run dozens of machines from a single network installation.
> > Depending on what extensions you need to install (e.g. win32all) you may
> > need to make some small manual adjustments to get it to work, but
> > in essence you can just do a "non-admin" local install, then copy the
> > entire directory tree to the network.
> Thanks for this info. Will this work with Python for Windows?
Yes, this is specifically with Windows 98.
> I tried what
> you suggested a few days ago but found when I ran a python script it asked
> me for a python.dll which I have found not in the directory tree but in my
> local system32 directory (I have a local Python installation).
> What is significant about the "non-admin" install and how do you do this?
The significance of the "non-admin" install is that it would fix the problem
you just described...
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