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A Linux System Admin


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comment pysqlite install error on FreeBSD in virtualenv
Thanks Paul, but this wont work in FreeBSD and also my env was a shared server, so no permission to install packages. Anyways thanks for sharing :)
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comment How to stop `grep` from truncating pipe output
sorry late reply, didnt see others reply.
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comment pysqlite install error on FreeBSD in virtualenv
Wow!!, great dude, after uncommenting those lines, and doing python setup.py install, It Installed !! Thanks :)
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comment pysqlite install error on FreeBSD in virtualenv
ya thats what i too doubted. The issue is the FreeBSD server is being managed by a hosting company and i dont have root access. They claim that sqlite libraries are installed. Thats why i need to give them clear instructions on which package to install/reinstall.
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comment pysqlite install error on FreeBSD in virtualenv
As per the first point, i tried pip install sqlite==2.6.2 as 2.6.3 is latest, but same error. Then i tried setup.py install from the tarball but still same error.