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Glenn Gillis wrote:
> Tres Seaver wrote:
>> Glenn Gillis wrote:
>>>> Jens Vagelpohl wrote:
>>>>> On 14 Nov 2006, at 02:34, Glenn Gillis wrote:
>>>>>>> I'm stuck on this error attempting to start Zope 2.9.5 with Python 2.4.3
>>>>>>> on a FreeBSD 4.11-RELEASE-p22 box:
>>>>>>> "ImportError: No module named cPersistence"
>>>>> I'm afraid this has nothing to do with the zope.conf file you quoted so
>>>>> judiciously. Did you actually *compile* Zope..?
>>>> Ah, yes. "./configure", "make", "make instance".
>> You didn't install it. If you want to use the "working directory" in
>> which you unpacked the tarball your SOFTWARE_HOME, you need to run 'make
>> inplace', too. Otherwise, you should run 'make install' (assuming you
>> passed an appropriate prefix to 'configure') and then re-do the 'make
>> instance' bit from the installed tree.
> Huh, funny that I've never heard of, much less used, the "inplace" make
> target when building Zope.
> I will give this a try and see how things go. Thanks for the suggestion,
Turns out that the makefile didn't tell you you needed to run 'make
inplace' before using the instance created with 'make instance' -- I
filed and fixed a collector bug on that issue:
Tres Seaver +1 202-558-7113 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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