[Setup] Re: Plone Windows installer 3.1.1 and 3.1.2 issue

Dale DeWitt dewittdale at gmail.com
Tue Jun 24 02:15:40 UTC 2008


I did two successful installs using
http://launchpad.net/plone/3.1/3.1.2/+download/Plone-3.1.2-buildout.exe
after correcting for my mistakes.  Service install worked perfectly.
Looks like a good installer from first impression.

On Jun 23, 3:37 am, "Trivedis at Mumbai" <trivedis.mum... at gmail.com>
wrote:
> Pls ignore the typo. I thank you all for the tip :)
>
> --Tapan
>
> On 6/23/08, Trivedis at Mumbai <trivedis.mum... at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> > Hi
>
> > Thanks for the top. Will do that and report if that works for me.
>
> > However, I tried the following and at least it went and installed
> > Zope. It does not bring Zope up fully (i.e. most of the pages in Zope
> > Admin i/f can not be viewed now - but its some start !!). So, thats
> > another set of issues to resolve :(
>
> > I did the following -
>
> > In ImplC.py - changed the import statement to make it specific i.e.
> > "AccessControl.ImplPython " rather than just importing ImplPython.
> > This took the error away .
> > The next error give was for DateTime.py .. where i changed the import
> > statement to
> > "import datetime  # was from datetime import datetime"
>
> > This took me thru the installation. - I know that this is not a wise
> > thing to do w/o knowing full extent but from all info I could get on
> > import statement and what it does, I dont think I messed it up
> > completely.
>
> > I however, stand to be corrected on this from experts :)
>
> > All in all, it was good to spend that 60 mnts trying to debug :)
>
> > -- Tapan
>
> > On 6/22/08, Dale DeWitt <dewittd... at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> And the README.txt file is written with linux forward slashes.
>
> >> On Jun 21, 5:18 pm, "Alexander Limi" <l... at plone.org> wrote:
> >>> You could try giving the new experimental (in an installer sense, it's a
> >>> stable release of Plone, of course) installer that is buildout-based a
> >>> try:
>
> >>>http://launchpad.net/plone/3.1/3.1.2/+download/Plone-3.1.2-buildout.exe
>
> >>> See if that works.
>
> >>> On Fri, 20 Jun 2008 21:53:17 -0700, Trivedis at Mumbai
>
> >>> <trivedis.mum... at gmail.com> wrote:
> >>> > Hi
>
> >>> > I have been trying to install 3.1.1 or 3.1.2 installer on my Windows
> >>> > XP
> >>> > machine.
>
> >>> > I have gone thru the mailing list and tried to do all that has been
> >>> > suggested but am not going anywhere with the installation !!
>
> >>> > It keeps on giving me the famous "SetupSite.py" error "No module named
> >>> > :
> >>> > ImplPython"
>
> >>> > The last few lines of log are here. If anyone needs the full log file,
> >>> > I
> >>> > can
> >>> > attach.
>
> >>> >   File "C:\Program Files\Plone
> >>> > 3\Zope\lib\python\AccessControl\Implementation.py", line 51, in
> >>> > setImplementation
> >>> >     from AccessControl import ImplC as impl
> >>> >   File "C:\Program Files\Plone
> >>> > 3\Zope\lib\python\AccessControl\ImplC.py",
> >>> > line 30, in ?
> >>> >     from ImplPython import RestrictedDTML, SecurityManager,
> >>> > ZopeSecurityPolicy
> >>> > ImportError: No module named ImplPython
> >>> > 06/21/08 10:19:01: 5564: finished
>
> >>> > I have tried to install Python 2.4.4 before running the installer as
> >>> > well.
>
> >>> > I have also made sure there is no other Python version installed on my
> >>> > machine (however, there a couple of python DLLs on my machine due to
> >>> > some
> >>> > other products. Not sure is that is an issue - to me it should not be.
>
> >>> > Any help is appreciated.
>
> >>> > Thanks
>
> >>> > --Tapan
>
> >>> --
> >>> Alexander Limi ·http://limi.net
>
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