This is a discussion on Re: i386 with PAE or AMD64 on PowerEdge with 4G RAM - FreeBSD ; In , Dag-Erling Sm=F8rgrav type= d: > Mike Meyer writes: > > I find that extremely ironic. I've spent most of the last two days > > trying to put together a Linux system with python 2.5 (or later) an= ...
In <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Dag-Erling Sm=F8rgrav
> Mike Meyer
> > I find that extremely ironic. I've spent most of the last two days
> > trying to put together a Linux system with python 2.5 (or later) an=
> > lxml 1.2 (or later), because I need to add an oracle library to it.=
> > While both FreeBSD and darwin ports (where I do development) have a=
> > the appropriate bits except oracle, the Linux distros don't have an=
> > of them in their packaging systems.
No, that taste in your mouth is crow.
> des@des ~% cat /etc/lsb-release=20
> DISTRIB=5FDESCRIPTION=3D"Ubuntu 7.04"
> des@des ~% uname -m
> des@des ~% python --version
> Python 2.5.1
> des@des ~% sudo apt-get install python-lxml
> Unpacking python-lxml (from .../python-lxml=5F1.1.2-1ubuntu2=5Famd64.=
> Setting up python-lxml (1.1.2-1ubuntu2) ...
> Any more nonsense you wish to share=3F
The only nonsense here is that you apparently think 1.1.2 is later
than 1.2. 1.2 is the earliest version of lxml with XInclude support,
and I need that. The package you just installed doesn't have
it. Ubuntu 7.04 with python 2.5.1 and lxml 1.1.2 was one of the
distros I checked (and by far the best Linux system of the bunch), and
it isn't up to the job at hand.
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