Re: source install of python2.7 and rpm install of cx_Oracle collision
Jim Qiu wrote:
> I make installed python 2.7 from source, and also installed the RPM
> version of cx_Oracle for python 2.7.
> But ldd tells me :
> #ldd cx_Oracle.so
> libpython2.7.so.1.0 => not found
> I find out that only libpython2.7.a generated when I install
> python2.7, who can tell me what I need to do ? I want a
> libpython2.7.so.1.0 generated when
Due to the fact that you have compiled python from source, the python
library is not in the defaul library path. Due to that the lib can't be
As a quick workourd you can extend the LD_LIBRARY_PATH variable with the
path and check if cx_Orcacle get now the lib. Lets assume you
"installed" python at /opt/Python2.7a, then you need to extend the
variable in this way:
afterwards do the ldd again and check if the lib could be found now. If
not, you've got the wrong path.
Now you need to perist the changed library path.
For this, you need to be root:
1. echo "/opt/Python2.7a/lib" > /etc/ld.so.conf.d/Pathon2.7a.conf
2. refresh your shared library cache with "ldconfig"
Now you OS knows the new library location.
But this is not clean. As Daniel mention, you should try to get a rpm.
Otherwise you may get in trouble, if you install a newer Python2.7
version and forget to maintain you library paths.
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