I have python 2.6.5 on my main workstation with ubuntu 10.04. I am
attempting to set up a temporary test platform on an asus netbook
with slax running from an SD card. I have installed a python 2.7
module on the slax OS. (I can't find a python 2.6.5 module for
slax). For those who don't know, slax is a "pocket" OS and is very
limited. In the original slax install with python 2.7, there is not
_sqlite3.so available. I copied _sqlite3.so from my workstation and
I am getting the following error message:
"... undefined symbol: PyUnicodeUCS4_DecodeUTF8."
I suspect that this is a version problem. I'd like to try
_sqlite3.so for python 2.7 (32-bit). If anyone has one or can tell
me where get one, I would appreciate it. I am reluctant to install
2.7 on my workstation right now.
tim at johnsons-web dot com or akwebsoft dot com
Tim Johnson <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I have python 2.6.5 on my main workstation with ubuntu 10.04. I am
> attempting to set up a temporary test platform on an asus netbook
> with slax running from an SD card. I have installed a python 2.7
> module on the slax OS. (I can't find a python 2.6.5 module for
I haven't used Slax in a while, but there is an easy way to convert
Slackware packages to Slax modules with the script "tgz2lzm".
Documented at http://www.slax.org/documentation_create_modules.php
So presumably you can find a suitable Slackware package for Python and
convert it yourself. At a guess that would have sqlite3 included too.