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Installing Python 2.4 on RedHat


I made some programming wit Python 2.4 but Red Hat comes with version
2.3 as default. So I would like to install the last version of Python
on a production server but I am a bit afraid. As I know, if I install
the new version, the default version will still be 2.3, right? I would
like to know if someone as experienced problems by installing a newer
version of Python in a server environment? I think that things are
going to be fine but I want to check before.


Apr 6 '06 #1
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install new version on differente location.
use ln -s to use new python.

Apr 6 '06 #2

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