It says there "Because pyzor doesn't work with python2.6 very well,
the workaround is to install python2.5 alongside it and use it as the
That's not true at all. Pyzor works fine with Python 2.6 (and Python
2.7). If you want to use Python 2.5, that's fine too.
> However I get stuck when going back from Python2.6 to Python2.5. As soon as
> I change to Python2.5 I get the following:
> ImportError: No module named pyzor.client
You need to install pyzor. If you're running from source, this is
done like installing any Python package (run "setup.py install"). If
you're not running from source, then it depends what you're using.