Hello, In my infinite wisdom, I deleted Python from my system. I managed to get python2.4 installed, and added to my system path. Yum is still not starting up and is giving me the follo... [by Yourdogsdead]
Recently I installed Python 2.7 on Centos machine which had default Python2.6, which changed default to python2.7 (/usr/local/bin/python). Now things started breaking, so I need to switch back default to python2.6 (/usr/bin/python) for all users, keeping python2.6 and python2.7 installed on system. How do I do this ?
I am trying to install GDB7.8 with Python support. From the source folder, I am running ./configure --with-python
When I did tab-complete from --with- I did not see Python in the list.
But when I ran configure with that flag, it did not baulk.
When I run make, it complains that Python is not found.
I am not able to install Django.I am using CentOS 5,not able to set python2.7 environment variable.Priviously in my system python2.4.3 is available,but after installing python 2.7 in the terminal i checked the version avail in system using "python -V"cmd it executed as python 2.4.3.But if i checked using "python2.7 -V"cmd it is showing python2.7.Please help me with this.....
I am doing maintenance for a python code. Python is installed in /usr/bin, the code installed in /aaa, a python 2.5 installed under /aaa/python2.5. Each time I run Python, it use /usr/bin one. How to make it run /aaa/python2.5?