I'm installing the "Zope for Dummies" version (appropriate to my level of
expertise): Download Zope-2.9.6-win32.exe, double-click on it, and take all
the defaults (except that I don't install it as a Windows service). I'm not
sure how even I can do that wrong. Is there a way?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Andreas Jung [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Sent: Friday, January 19, 2007 12:06 PM
> To: Ken Winter; 'Jonathan'; 'Zope List'
> Subject: RE: [Zope] FW: Problem Starting Zope after Installation
> --On 19. Januar 2007 12:01:06 -0500 Ken Winter <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > I just uninstalled *both* Zope and Python, then downloaded and installed
> > Zope 2.9.6 (rather than 2.8.8, since I just heard that my server is
> > upgrading). Trying to run this yielded the attached error, which at
> > is a bit different from the previous one. In case you can't read the
> > attachment, the last couple of lines say:
> > File "C:Zope\2.9.6\Zope\lib\python\AccessControl\Implementation.py",
> > 51, in setImplementation
> > From AccessControl ImplC as impl
> > File "C:Zope\2.9.6\Zope\lib\python\AccessControl\ImplC.py", line 30, in
> > From ImplPython import RestrictedDTML, SecurityManager,
> > ZopeSecurityPolicy
> > ImportError: Non module named ImplPython
> This indicates that you haven't compiled or installed Zope properly.
> Triple check your installation procedure. Usually this never happens when
> you follow the standard "configure; make install; bin/mkzopeinstance.py"
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