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How do I fix the require for python(abi) when building python module RPMs for SCL?

I'm currently trying to set up an environment for one of our apps on CentOS 6 using the SCL python33 repository. The app also requires a number of additional python modules, such as numpy, so I'm ...
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rpmbuild - File not found

I'm trying to build an RPM for Python 2.7.6 on CentOS 6.5, x86_64. The spec file used is slightly modified from that of the spec file in the Python-2.7.6 source. I am running the build like so: $ ...
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What is preferred approach to deploy Python app using RPM? [closed]

I am new to the dev-ops side of things, and I've been working to get a Python application packaged into an RPM (using python setup.py bdist_rpm) deployed onto a centos VM via Yum. Chef is used to ...
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How to create Python (2.7.3) RPM package? [closed]

No matter what I try, I cannot do this. I'm on Centos 5.6 x86_64 1 python setup.py bdist_rmp gives me syntax error: [root@localhost Python-2.7.3]# python setup.py bdist_rpm File "setup.py", line ...
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/usr/bin/python (Python 2.4) was deleted on CentOS 5. I compiled from source but yum is still broken. How can I get everything back to the way it was?

I saw a lot of other questions like this but none of them answered the exact part I am having trouble with (actually installing the Python RPM). Someone on my system deleted /usr/bin/python and ...
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2answers
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Install gettext-0.17-1.el5.i386.rpm on CentOS 5.8 i386 gives “/usr/bin/python is needed” error

I've removed yum by mistake. So, now I'm installing all the dependencies needed by yum manually. One of those is gettext-0.17-1.el5.i386.rpm and when I try to install it gives the following error, ...
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1answer
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How to fix “yum update” issue on CentOS?

I get the following error when I do sudo yum update. The only thing I did before getting the error is install Python 2.7 in different directory than Python 2.4. The default Python is still 2.4 on the ...
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Generic RPM package for Python 2.x

I have a python application, it can run on Python >= 2.6 and it's architecture independant. I need the rpm package of this application to be installed on Fedora 14 (python 2.7) and Centos 6.2 (python ...
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1answer
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Python command to create no-arch rpm's

I am creating rpm's for my project which is in pure python. I am running the command python setup.py bdist_rpm to build the rpm. This is creating architechture specific rpm's (x86 or x86-64). ...
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1answer
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Can not upgrade to python-2.4.3-43 on Red Hat Linux 5

I'm trying to upgrade using package python-2.4.3-43.el5.x86_64.rpm, but everything I do so I get a failed dependency requirement for libpython2.4.so.1.0, but I've checked /usr/lib64 and the file is ...
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how to install python rpm package on windows?

I'd like to be able to import rpm in my python script in Windows, where do I find the install packages for python rpm module?
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4answers
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yum claims python isn't installed

Trying to install collectd, but for some reason it claims python isn't installed: yum install collectd Loaded plugins: fastestmirror Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile Setting up Install ...
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How to Install Python 2.6 on Fedora 8?

I don't want to use Fedora 8. I would be very happy to use the newest version, but there is no choice. My problem is that 8 comes with python 2.5. I am trying to upgrade it to 2.6, but with no luck. ...
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Python 3.0 RPMs for CentOS 5 (RHEL 5)

Where is the best repository you use to obtain RPMs for Python 3.0 which are well maintained?
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Python source RPMS for centos?

Anybody have a link to the page where centos source rpms are located? I'm looking for the python source rpm to build a debug python binary.
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Installing using easy_install and bdist_rpm possible?

I'm setting up a new server based on RHEL5 and wanted to install some python modules which don't come with it. I've seen that setuptools have an option to build RPM packages out of modules, but ...