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From Chris Howell <chow...@pyxisinnovation.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] mod_python
Date Thu, 30 Aug 2007 16:42:08 GMT
My mistake there is no "s" it is just Apache Software Foundation//blah!

I download Python 2.5 from Python.org and
the mod_python from.

www.modpython.org

I did not, alter any paths from the default install. So I am very 
bewildered.

Cheers
Chris




Brian Munroe wrote:
> On 8/30/07, Jeff Peng <jeffpeng@gmx.net> wrote:
>
>   
>> Why mod_python.so is located under apache root dir not module dir?
>> You many installed something wrong.
>>     
>
> ??
>
> The location that Chris specified in the OP is correct.  It *is* in
> the module directory.
>
> One curious thing though:
>
> 'C:/Program Files/Apache Software Foundations/Apache2.2/modules/'
>
> Foundations?  Plural?  Did you modify the default path?  I doubt that
> it matters since it seems like Apache is able to see the module, just
> not load it.
>
> What version of Python are you using?  Is it from ActiveState or from
> python.org?  I doubt any of that matters, but it doesn't hurt to know.
>
> -- brian
>
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