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$PYTHONPATH should be configured automatically by the 'run' script when used with -i (install) #308

macosforgebot opened this issue Aug 6, 2010 · 1 comment


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commented Aug 6, 2010

s.adam@… originally submitted this as ticket:390

After unpacking & building calendarserver-2.4, I installed it to my machine via: DESTDIR=/opt/CalendarServer ./run -s -i "$DESTDIR"

The installation itself works, however the 'run' script does not set $PYTHONPATH in the installed binaries as it does when running from the source directory. This results in Python errors when attempting to start the server from the new installation directory.

This problem can be worked around by manually wrapping the caldavd binary in a shell script and setting PYTHONPATH="$DESTDIR/usr/lib/python2.6/site-packages:$DESTDIR/usr/lib64/python2.6/site-packages".

Note - I'm on an x86_64 system... On x86 systems, only PYTHONPATH="$DESTDIR/usr/lib/python2.6/site-packages" would be required.


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commented Feb 20, 2011

@wsanchez originally submitted this as comment:1:⁠ticket:390

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The -i flag sets a location to install into such that you can create a package from the data in that location, where that location is equivalent to /. It passes --root to So this behaves as expected.

It sounds like what you want is --prefix=/opt/CalendarServer. If you want to get custom with the installation, then you need to build and install each dependency yourself, then run our directly.

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