On 5/19/06, Mark Phillips <mark@...> wrote:
> On May 19, 2006, at 8:48 AM, Tim Roberts wrote:
> > What does that mean -- it "does not support Python 2.4.x"? The
> > operating system and/or distribution should be completely
> > irrelevant to
> > the Python version. I can believe that some operating system scripts
> > will screw up if you link python2 to python2.4.x, but that shouldn't
> > affect Webware.
> I thought so too, and would like to be disabused of my present
> opinion. However, while banging around on the #python, #fedora and
> #fedora-legacy channels, the common opinion was that FC 2 didn't have
> everything python 2.4 needs. I was seeing error regarding sockets and
> so on.
> The folks on the fedora channels are a bit above my head regarding
> the os modules and it is difficult for me to ask them a coherent
> question. So, I can't really tell you why they felt there was an issue.
> I just took them at their word and moved on to things I can control.
> I am back to dealing the original error message, the "bad token" in
> xmlrpclib.py, which has some promise of a solution.
> Now where did I set that spare grey matter...
> - Mark
Maybe I missed this in a previous thread, but is it possible to
upgrade to, say for example, Fedore Core 4? (5 just came out this
week, so 4 would seem like a safer bet as Python users have
undoubtedly used it).