Leonardo Rochael Almeida <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> a écrit :
On Fri, 2002-06-21 at 17:25, Juliette Colmant wrote:
> > > [...]
> > > Error Type: ImportError
> > > Error Value: ./test.so: cannot open shared object
> > > file: No such file or directory
> --- Leonardo Rochael Almeida <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> > You probably need to put your library in the
> > PYTHONPATH of Zope. The
> > usual place is
> > Putting it in the Extesions directory, so that it
> > can be imported by
> > external methods, doesn't seem to work, even if you
> > put Extensions in
> > the PYTHONPATH, at least in my experience.
> I've tried to put the module and the librarie I use in
> the directory you gave me but I have still the same
> Actually, I have a module that use a library. Zope has
> no problem about the module. The problem is about the
> If you have an other idea?
I'm assuming that you mean the *module* is an extension library (i.e. a
.so file that is imported by your python code) and the *library* is
another .so that is needed by that module. In this case, the module must
be in the PYTHONPATH just as I mentioned, but the library must be in
your machine dynamic linker path. Take a look at the ld.so man page
("man ld.so") and, if your machine runs Linux, at the file
/etc/ld.so.conf and the ldconfig man page ("man ldconfig"). You may need
to configure the LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable.
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I tried what you told me about the ld.so and ldconfig, but it doesn't work nether...
I have still the same error!
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