It's nearly 4AM here, so I won't be available any more tonight, but I'll
answer these before I crash for the night.
1) Your easy_install is most likely still pointing to the Python 2.4
install. Switching Python versions isn't always as simple as just
installing a new one. You're going to hit issues with mod_wsgi as well. I
recommend just installing a more modern version of your distro and then
migrating your Review Board install over. It will be the easier option.
2) Never run setup.py install in the Review Board folder. It will not work
correctly for you. Only ever install from an egg. If installing from an egg
isn't working, there are bigger problems on your system, like a
misconfigured Python or setuptools.
Make a backup of your database before you attempt any upgrade.
Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
Review Board - http://www.reviewboard.org
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On Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 3:15 AM, Rakesh G <rakeshgu...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Chris,
> I have two important questions
> 1) I already have python2.4 installed and setuptools configured for it.
> Now i installed python2.7 as an altinstall in /usr/local/bin and then tried
> installing setuptools for python2.7 using /usr/local/bin/python2.7 setup.py
> install . BUT WHEN I TRIED INSTALLING REVIEWBOARD USING
> /usr/local/bin/EASY_INSTALL -U REviewboard it throws no packages found in
> 2) I tried to install each of the module manually and succeded but when
> trying to do a /usr/local/bin/python2.7 setup.py install inside
> Reviewboard.1.7.14 folder , It is still referring to
> python2.4/site-packages. (Reason might be because the files use "ENV
> python" which is 2.4) Is there a way I can install ReviewBoard specifying
> which python to use.
> I will be more than happy to any clarifications required.
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