kyren added the comment: There's no build errors. The compiling and installing process is error-free. Take 3.5.3 as example, it's all good until you enter 3.5.3 python shell and type `import zlib`, it gives `No module name zlib`. I solved by make a `libz.so` link in my `/lib` dir to the `libz.so.1` file in my `/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu` dir according to a thread in Ubuntu forum. It may be system specific, I don't know yet.
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