[CalendarServer-users] Alternate python location for centos 5

ndsharp at gmail.com ndsharp at gmail.com
Thu Apr 29 15:53:26 PDT 2010

It seems to break all the system-config-* tools. And probably anything that  
uses GTK. I am running my mail server from the same machine so I want those  
all to work still.

BTW, you should update your guide to point to a newer version of  
setuptools. The one that I downloaded from the link had a conflict with  
python. But the latest version seems fine.

Thanks for the info and the fast response. I guess I have to rebuild the  
CalendarServer now :). (I think thats what all the python scripts and doing  
anyway... building things)

-- Nick

On Apr 29, 2010 1:31pm, Guy <guy at britewhite.net> wrote:
> Your welcome :)

> You can just search all the files and make sure they point to the  
> python25 build rather than the default python.

> When installing the new python version you should find that the old one  
> remains. So as long as you change the links you should be fine

> Btw what else breaks? I tend to only run calendar on a server on its own,  
> and then change yum to point at the older version of python.

> ---Guy

> Sent from my iPad

> On 29 Apr 2010, at 21:15, nds ndsharp at gmail.com> wrote:

> >

> > I installed the Darwin calendar server 2 as per Guy's instructions on

> > "http://www.rho.cc/index.php/calendar-and-contact-server/59-calendar-setup/48-installing-darwin-calendar-server-on-centos-5"

> > (Thanks for that by the way, if you read this)

> >

> > Its a CentOS 5.4 machine. And having python 2.5 installed brakes all  
> kinds

> > of things other then just yum. Is there any way to have the calendar  
> server

> > get to python 2.5 as python25 so the rest of the system can still  
> work? :)

> >

> > Thanks to all.

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