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Installing Python2.4 on RHEL4?

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Hi,

I appologize if this is slightly OT, but I am really struggling to figure
out how to install Python2.4 on RHEL4. To make matters worse, the RHEL4
machine is a 64bit architecture.

I search pyvault, but they only have for .i386. Does anyone know where /
how I can find Python2.4 for RHEL4 x64?

If there is a better place to be asking this question, please let me know,
and I will redirect my queries elsewhere.

Thanks so much.

Eric

Mar 14 '08 #1
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Eric B. pisze:
I appologize if this is slightly OT, but I am really struggling to figure
out how to install Python2.4 on RHEL4. To make matters worse, the RHEL4
machine is a 64bit architecture.

I search pyvault, but they only have for .i386. Does anyone know where /
how I can find Python2.4 for RHEL4 x64?
If you would not find a binary Python 2.4 package, you can always build
your own and package it. Why not?

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Mar 14 '08 #2

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Eric B. pisze:
>I appologize if this is slightly OT, but I am really struggling to figure
out how to install Python2.4 on RHEL4. To make matters worse, the RHEL4
machine is a 64bit architecture.

I search pyvault, but they only have for .i386. Does anyone know where /
how I can find Python2.4 for RHEL4 x64?

If you would not find a binary Python 2.4 package, you can always build
your own and package it. Why not?
Because I don't have a development x64 environment to build it. :( Only a
production server with no compilation tools on it.
Hence my need to ideally find a binary x64 distribution of it.

Unless someone knows of a way to build a 64bit distribution from within a
32bit system?

Thanks,

Eric


Mar 14 '08 #3

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