64-bit nightmare? Python modules horror with gnochm, yumex, others
At work, I'm running openSUSE 10.1 64-bit on a 3gig Xeon.
At home, I'm running openSUSE 10.1 32-bit on an AMD XP 2500+
I can run Yumex fine at home... but at work... python error message
File "/usr/share/yumex/yumex.py", line 24, in ?
ImportError: No module named gtk
Both were gotten via YaST or YUM, and run the same ways.
At home AND work I can compile gnochm (and chmlib, pychm, etc) just fine.
At HOME... it works fine (well sorta.. the contents tab disappears upon opening a file)
But when I run gnochm AT WORK ... python error message
No module named gconf
Anyway, here's the kicker... I actually ran gnochm fine AT WORK earlier... like a day ago, but after trying to remedy the yumex problem, by installing every possible python package known to man... gnochm now no longer works... yes I tried recompiling everything.
Any clue as to answer to my python nightmares?
I feel like Indiana Jones.
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