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Old 06-14-2004, 03:56 PM   #1
irvken
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zlib for python


I'm trying to get a zope server working on a remote Suse OpenExchange 4 server but when I try to configure I get

Quote:
For Zope to be able to run, you must install a
Python interpreter which includes the zlib module, or install the zlib library
into your Python interpreter manually.
I installed Python 2.3.3 from the python main site but can't see anything there about zlib/

When I do

rpm -qa |grep -i zlib

I get

zlib-1.1.4-51

so it is installed I assume, how do I get it integrated with python?
 
  


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