[Setup] Installing Python modules with Unified Installer

Steve McMahon steve at dcn.org
Sat Dec 15 21:36:12 UTC 2007

You do a normal Python module install, but make sure you use the copy
of Python installed with your Zope/Plone.

So, if you were using setup.py, it might look like:

/opt/Plone-3.0.3/Python-2.4.4/bin/python setup.py

On 12/15/07, robergb <robergb at dm.org> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> The last time I set up a Plone system was back in the days before the
> Unified Installer.  I like how everything is self-contained with the Unified
> Installer, but this leaves me with a question: How do I install additional
> Python modules for Zope to use?  (I know how to do this for the system
> Python, but not the Zope Python.)  I've got my Plone instance up and
> running, and now I want to install the python-ldap module so that I can use
> LDAP authentication.
> I'm using the Plone 3.0.3 Unified Installer on Linux.
> Cheers,
> Brian
> P.S. Sorry for the duplicate post in the forum.
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