Linux RPMs for Python 2.1.3

Made available by Sean Reifschneider <>.


Building RPMs

Shy of RPMs because of library or other dependency problems with most of the RPMs you pick up? The cure may be to use an SRPM (Source RPM). The benefit is that you will have a binary RPM built against exactly the libraries on your system. To build a binary tailored to your system, download the source RPM and run:

    rpm --rebuild <packagename>.src.rpm
Note: this does not actually install <packagename>. The end products (.rpm files as indicated by the "Wrote:" stdout lines) must be subsequently installed with `rpm -U` or the equivalent.

Files, MD5 checksums and sizes

    b8c48ae713e258301c53d029f39cca58 python2.1-2.1.3-1.src.rpm (6187310 bytes)

  Redhat 7.2
    1105dc6589cb0f5101656436f2ecd92a python2.1-2.1.3-1.i386.rpm (4534523 bytes)
    e347802263023e03888b3e4d9544e3b0 python2.1-devel-2.1.3-1.i386.rpm (1392206 bytes)
    d84e912987e82490ff2229c82733c8c4 python2.1-tkinter-2.1.3-1.i386.rpm (298932 bytes)
    8c33995309fa52aa6a1b22ffcc7185d7 python2.1-tools-2.1.3-1.i386.rpm (367515 bytes)