(Migrated) Install problem 'Couldn't install: django-settings 1.3-beta'

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Hi

I’m new to this list and to Zato (though not to Python).

My first attempt to install Zato 1.1 via the install method on the ‘Downloa=
ds’ page resulted in the error message mentioned in the subject and a Pytho=
n traceback ending in: ‘ImportError: No module named importlib’.

I have tried to install the missing library with ‘sudo yum install python-i=
mportlib’ - but this of course didn’t fix the problem since it is in Zato’s=
own Python environment the module is missing, not in the system Python.

Any suggestions?

Best regards,

Finn Gruwier Larsen

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On 11/15/2013 11:16 AM, Finn Gruwier Larsen wrote:

My first attempt to install Zato 1.1 via the install method on the 'Downloads’
page resulted in the error message mentioned in the subject and a Python
traceback ending in: ‘ImportError: No module named importlib’.

I have tried to install the missing library with ‘sudo yum install python-importlib’ -
but this of course didn’t fix the problem since it is in Zato’s
own Python environment the module is missing, not in the system Python.

Hi there,

you’re correct that you don’t have to install anything additional
manually as long as you follow the steps provided here

https://zato.io/docs/admin/guide/install-zato.html

Given that you mention no importlib being available I’m wondering if
you’re not using Python 2.6 instead of 2.7? Can you please tell me what
the output of this command is

$ python -V
Python 2.7.3
$

Also, what operating system is it exactly? Which version?

many thanks,

Hi Dariusz,

You were right. Output from python -V says Python 2.6.6. I had overseen the demand for Python 2.7.

The operating system is CentOS release 6.4.

Finn

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Emne: Re: [Zato-discuss] Install problem ‘Couldn’t install: django-settings 1.3-beta’

On 11/15/2013 11:16 AM, Finn Gruwier Larsen wrote:

My first attempt to install Zato 1.1 via the install method on the 'Downloads’
page resulted in the error message mentioned in the subject and a
Python traceback ending in: ‘ImportError: No module named importlib’.

I have tried to install the missing library with ‘sudo yum install
python-importlib’ - but this of course didn’t fix the problem since it
is in Zato’s own Python environment the module is missing, not in the system Python.

Hi there,

you’re correct that you don’t have to install anything additional manually as long as you follow the steps provided here

https://zato.io/docs/admin/guide/install-zato.html

Given that you mention no importlib being available I’m wondering if you’re not using Python 2.6 instead of 2.7? Can you please tell me what the output of this command is

$ python -V
Python 2.7.3
$

Also, what operating system is it exactly? Which version?

many thanks,


Dariusz Suchojad

https://zato.io
ESB, SOA and cloud integrations in Python

On 11/15/2013 02:59 PM, Finn Gruwier Larsen wrote:

You were right. Output from python -V says Python 2.6.6. I had overseen the demand for Python 2.7.

The operating system is CentOS release 6.4.

OK, cool. So the support for CentOS is not there for Zato 1.1 though
there are ways to install it, please have a look here


but perhaps you may simply want to use Ubuntu or another distribution
that 1.1 is supported on out of the box.

Note that 1.2 will have CentOS but it still will need Python 2.7 - this
is a prerequisite that won’t change - so additional repositories will
have to be enabled as in the ticket above.