[Tutor] Starting python from a DOS prompt from any directory?
alan.gauld at btinternet.com
Tue Jan 2 00:06:33 CET 2007
"Bob Gailer" <bgailer at alum.rpi.edu> wrote
>> Sure I understand that, but it looks from your post that
>> you have somehow managed to install Python.
> As I recall Steve said at the beginning that he ran Python from a
> network drive.
Nope, he said it was a networked PC but that Python was
in his D: drive, which I assumed was local. But that raises an
interesting proposition,. one that I've never tried. Is it possible
under Windows to install Python from machine A onto
a network drive and then run Python from machine B accessing
that drive? In other words does the installer need to do any magic
in the registry for Python to work or is it all just path setting
Can anyone confirm or otherwise the possibility?
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