[wingide-users] Strangest thing on Ubuntu
scorpion032 at gmail.com
Wed May 13 10:06:42 MDT 2009
The simplest way perhaps to overcome the Ubuntu 9.04 default of using
python2.6 is by explicitly typing python2.5 in the command line than having
to mess with installations, system paths and directories.
On Wed, May 13, 2009 at 9:01 PM, johnf <jfabiani at yolo.com> wrote:
> On Wednesday 13 May 2009 08:18:42 am you wrote:
> > johnf escribió:
> > > I installed the latest wing on ubuntu 9.04 (laptop) for testing my Dabo
> > > apps. Work with it - all's well. Wait two days try to run wing and
> > > missing the executable. It is no longer on the HD.
> > >
> > > I recall when I installed ubuntu it asked about removing some files and
> > > did say yes. But I installed wing long after I installed ubuntu. This
> > > is the second or third time I have test any version of ubuntu - so I
> > > don't have a clue what is happening. Is there some setting that I
> > > be turning off or on?
> > >
> > > I'm guessing there is some sort of repeating task to clean the disk. I
> > > know this sounds crazy - but thanks in advance for any help.
> > One of the things that Ubuntu 9.04 seems to do is the upgrading of
> > python 2.6
> > For me, itś been a headache as I had it installed by hand, and I was
> > forced to delete some folders to get it working.
> > If you had your wingide tied to the python2.6 installation, it might
> > have suffered the side effects of this upgrading
> > Best regards,
> > Zara
> Yes - you are right! It did update python 2.6. I had installed python 2.5
> and I did allow the update for 2.6. I believed it would not do any harm.
> did say something about the update too. But I can't recall what it was.
> Hmmm. I'll be little more careful about 2.6 in the future.
> I'll keep you guys informed on this issue. Sometime tonight I'll
> and see what happens.
> Thanks all.
> John Fabiani
> Wing IDE users list
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