[Nottingham] Errr help...normal service please :-)

Robert Ross rross at dmu.ac.uk
Thu Nov 3 13:19:39 GMT 2005

Hi Rob,

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Robert Hart [mailto:enxrah at nottingham.ac.uk] 
> Sent: 03 November 2005 12:40

> What this basically comes down to is the version of 
> libpython2.4.so.1.0 you have on your system was compiled 
> against a different version of libc than the one you actually 
> have installed on your system.
> If at all possible you need to try and get all your rpms from 
> the same source, ideally from your distibution.

Thanks for the info.  I'll look at this a little more deeply and see if I
can sort it out. 

I did search for the rpms from the same source; first via yum then by
webmin's search, but there is little out there in a format for yellowdog,
and even less in compatible versions.  I'll try some more.
> However you will want to keep the amount of stuff you compile 
> yourself to a minimum because it becomes a nightmare very quickly.
I know, I have been down the road of dependencies depending on other
dependencies, depending upon other dependencies,etc which is why I always
try to use yum - it sorts this kind of thing out (mostly).

Thanks again for your help and I'll keep you updated :-)


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