Eric ~


My Zope is up and running, thanks to you!  It turned out there were two
other Python-related environment variables, both of which I deleted:





So, just for the record (and the next unsuspecting ThinkPadder who comes
along), in all 4 ThinkPad variables had to go - the two above, plus the
first two you told me about:


> TCL_LIBRARY=C:\IBMTOOLS\Python22\tcl\tcl8.4
> TK_LIBRARY=C:\IBMTOOLS\Python22\tcl\tk8.4

~ Thanks a million

~ Ken




-----Original Message-----
From: Eric Fu [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
Sent: Wednesday, January 31, 2007 7:32 PM
To: Ken Winter
Subject: Re: [Zope] Re: FW: Problem Starting Zope after Installation


Do you have some environment variable called 'PYHTHONIGNORECASE' (or
something like that)?
Delete it and try to restart zope.  You don't need to reinstall things. it's
a run time problem, not an installation problem. 

On 1/31/07, Ken Winter <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

Eric ~


Right you are!  A ThinkPad R52.  So I removed those environment variables,
restarted the machine, invoked Zope, and. still got the same error, "No
module named ImplPython".


So I'm wondering:


1.      Is it possible that you did anything else, anything beyond removing
those variables, that might have brought about your success?
2.      Do you think I need to reinstall Zope after making the change? 


~ Thanks 

~ Ken



-----Original Message-----
From: Eric Fu [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
Sent: Tuesday, January 30, 2007 11:58 PM 
Subject: RE: [Zope] Re: FW: Problem Starting Zope after Installation


I bet you had the problem on a ThinkPad too.

I had the same problem about the "No module named ImplPython" problem.
After spending a couple of hours on it. I found out that the problem is to
do with an default installation of Python 2.2 that comes with my ThinkPad.

After I removed these two environment variables zope will start:


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