This is what I do on the CentOS 6 systems I mange:
# Install repo file and then Python itself
yum install -y python27 python27-virtualenv
> On Nov 2, 2015, at 17:31, Zachary Gallagher <zachary.gallag...@remcom.com>
> Rather than update the entire OS, I'd like to install python 2.7 on CentOS6.
> Now, so far as I am aware, there's no method for installing python over the
> system version without breaking at least yum. If not more. Maybe there's a
> way? But I don't know what it is.
> So installing python 2.7 as, say, /usr/local/python27 is totally easy and I
> have no problem doing that. But what I can't find in the documentation is
> whether or not it's possible to change which python binaries/libraries
> reviewboard uses without completely recompiling and installing. And since we
> use easy_install, that seems like it would make it even more complicated.
> Is there a known, working method for installing python2.7 side-by-side on a
> CentOS 6 machine, and getting an existing reviewboard installation to
> recognize it?
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