Poljack Me <poljack@...> writes:
> hi to all,
> i was trying to run boa in a System running Redhat Entrprise 4 AS. i am
getting an error.
> here is the stack as executed.
> [root <at> cti-ibm-linux boa-constructor]# python Boa.pyStarting Boa
Constructor v0.4.4importing wxPythonreading user preferencesTraceback (most
recent call last): File "Boa.py", line 256, in ? import Preferences, Utils
line 137, in ? execfile(file) File "/root/.boa-constructor/prefs.rc.py",
line 7, in ? import wx.stc File
"/usr/local/lib/python2.4/site-packages/wx/stc.py", line 10, in ? import
_stcImportError: No module named _stc[root <at> cti-ibm-linux boa-constructor]#
> anybody there who can help me...? thanks
> poljack jackal
I strongly doubt that you will be able to get Boa working within Redhat
Enterprise because of incompatabilities between the GTK version required by
wxPython and the GTK version required by the rest of RHEL4. We worked at this
for a month and concluded that it wasn't worth breaking all of the other tools
just to get Boa up and running. You can attempt to compile all of the
components necessary to get the latest versions of wxPython running on RHEL but
in the end, you will discover that there are too many libraries missing. And
when you do force those libraries to install, you break RHEL's other programs -
like all of your gnome gui apps.
As a result, we switched to Fedora 4 for our development machines. (still use
RHEL for our production servers, we just don't develop on them any more).