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Old 08-19-2013, 12:57 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by YankeePride13 View Post
First, uninstall the older version of Python. Then places the python binary in your PATH.
Do NOT uninstall Python! The entire package management system in RHEL/CentOS is based on python. If you uninstall the old version there's a good chance you'll break the package management system on your machine.

OP - did you install ALL of python version 3.2.5, or just that package? Is the new version of python in your PATH? Have you tried looking in the standard or optional repos for your distribution to see if the argparse package is available for the version of python you already have? It looks like it's available in the EPEL repo (extra packages for enterprise linux).

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# yum list | grep -i argparse
python-argparse.noarch                   1.2.1-2.el6                    epel
You do not want to go futzing around with different versions of python on a RHEL/CentOS/SL system, it's VERY easy to break things. Stick with the default version and use yum to add/remove packages like this.

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Old 08-19-2013, 02:55 PM   #17
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Thanks suicidaleggroll. I had seen in google searches to not uninstall Python 2.6 from the system. I managed to solve the argparse issue with the program. Now it is telling me that there is no validator to import. I figured it was a similar issue to argparse so I did some looking around, found wheezy.validation and believed it was the same routine I did to fix the argparse issue at that point; however, it keeps saying I have a validator issue no matter what. I checked to see if the validation was installed and it appears to be.
 
Old 08-19-2013, 03:07 PM   #18
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Good catch SuicidalEggroll.

Remember to always research an answer before doing it on a production system. Even though people mean well, and aren't being malicious, there can be a big disconnect between your level of expertise and theirs, and what you will be able to tackle on your own.

But best advice, as mentioned: do not uninstall the native python install.
 
  


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