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I don't have root on my system, so I'm trying to create a virtual Python installation. I ran virtual-python.py, and it told me to run ez_setup.py. I found it online and ran it with the command virtual-python.py gave me, and it told me I don't have permission to edit some folder in /Library (which I don't). What would be something I can do instead of this? Also, how could I install py2app in this virtual installation?

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Check out this, from another stack overflow thread...

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9348869/how-to-install-virtualenv-without-using-sudo

I used this procedure some time back, on a system where I didn't have root permissions.

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