Am Samstag, 7. Februar 2009 schrieben Sie:
On Sat, 7 Feb 2009, Markus Koßmann wrote:
python-m2crypto is installed :
#rpm -q python-m2crypto
out of curiosity, where does the 0.17-2.1.4 version come from?
devel:languages:python repository for 11.1 seems to have version
./utils/key2pub.py:7: DeprecationWarning: BaseException.message has been
depre cated as of Python 2.6
sys.stderr.write('ERROR: Failed to import the "M2Crypto" module:
% e.m essage)
ERROR: Failed to import the "M2Crypto" module: No module named M2Crypto
Please install the "M2Crypto" Python module.
On Debian GNU/Linux the package is called "python-m2crypto".
./utils/key2pub.py starts with :
Could you please run the "python" binary, check the output of
command, and compare it with the directory under which
python-m2crypto-0.17-1.5 installed its modules, to make sure that python
finds them properly?
I've found the problem: I just searched in yast for python-m2crypto and
installed it. The 0.17-2.1.4 version comes from
. But this is the i586 variant
because there is no x86_64 variant in that repo.. This will not work with a
x86_64 python . I have to add the python repo to get 0.17-1.5 x86_64
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