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Re: [Gnumed-devel] running from cvs

From: Sebastian Hilbert
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] running from cvs
Date: Fri, 28 Oct 2005 16:28:10 +0200
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On Friday 28 October 2005 15:30, you wrote:
> Sebastian Hilbert wrote:
> >So it seems to be a problem with your python. Installing 2.4 might solve
> > it but I am curious about the origin of this error because other users
> > might have the same problem and I would like to nail it down.
> >
> >Is your python2.3 a stock python or some version you got somewhere else ?
> >is it possible for you to reinstall python 2.3 before installing python
> > 2.4 ? Becuase I have some installation here which work fine with
> > python2.3
> >
> >Anyway if installing 2.4 solves it for you just go ahead.
> The install is from Linux Systems Labs Australia - I did not do
> checksums or anything, but they purport it to be an "official" Sarge distro
> I had python2.4 installed also, but all the various packages seemed to
> be associated with  2.3
> I tried uninstalling it but this seemed to kill everything so will do
> the Debian install again
If your system is not heavily screwed up there should be no need to reinstall.
Unless you deleted various things manually. Sarge is a good option since most 
(?) GNUmed developers use it or another Debian derivative. So be patient and 
don't reinstall if you don't have to.

Let the Debian guys here help you with setting up your environment. As far as 
I know it is posssible to install python 2.3 and 2.4 concurrently in Debian 
so hang tight as I supsect we will nail down the problem.

Since I know Karsten uses Sarge I guess your python might be screwed. There 
should be ways to reinstall it with tools like apt-get.

apt-get install gnumed-client should solve all your dependencies for version 
0.1. If apt doesn't seem to find gnumed-client let the guys tell you how to 
add Debian testing to your sources list. If you got gnumed 0.1 running you 
have a stable base and can be guided through the install of wxpython2.6 and 
python2.4. But I will leave this to the Debian guys on this list.

Please report if you have any success with apt-get install gnumed-client.


> There isnt much on the laptop in Linux  - I have WinXP also
>  Richard

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