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mod_python woes

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by rcholbert, Jun 27, 2005.

  1. rcholbert

    rcholbert Guest

    We're looking to utilize python webscripting for apache via the mod_python package, but the one included with Plesk is horribly outdated and lacks several key features that we have been utilizing on our test servers.

    Upgrading python, then mod_python and getting everything to play nice together seems to be an unsurmountable task right now; nothing we do seems to get it to work right.

    So basically we're looking for help with the following:

    1. Up-to-date version of mod_python (3.1.4).
    2. Steps to compile our own version of mod_python 3.1.4.

    If anyone has anything like something like what ART does for mod_python that would also be awesome.

    Thanks in advance.
  2. acidbox

    acidbox Guest

    Just for anyone else.

    mod_python 3.1 requires at least python 2.3 to be installed to work correctly. Plesk 7.5.4 comes with 2.2.3.