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(note need for python-sqlalchemy* on Debian)
 
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With the SQL transition underway, on my Debian stable system, I had to install the <tt>python-sqlalchemy</tt> and <tt>python-sqlalchemy-ext</tt> packages to make MediaGoblin go. IRC advised me to get them from backports, which I did, and that's worked out, although there are packages in stable too -- not sure if they're new enough. Either way, should instructions about this be added to the documentation now? Or is a temporary transition thing? --[[User:Brett|Brett]] 09:18, 31 March 2012 (EDT)
 
With the SQL transition underway, on my Debian stable system, I had to install the <tt>python-sqlalchemy</tt> and <tt>python-sqlalchemy-ext</tt> packages to make MediaGoblin go. IRC advised me to get them from backports, which I did, and that's worked out, although there are packages in stable too -- not sure if they're new enough. Either way, should instructions about this be added to the documentation now? Or is a temporary transition thing? --[[User:Brett|Brett]] 09:18, 31 March 2012 (EDT)
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: When using a virtualenv, these are downloaded for you in ./bin/python setup.py develop --upgrade

Revision as of 07:23, 26 January 2014

With the SQL transition underway, on my Debian stable system, I had to install the python-sqlalchemy and python-sqlalchemy-ext packages to make MediaGoblin go. IRC advised me to get them from backports, which I did, and that's worked out, although there are packages in stable too -- not sure if they're new enough. Either way, should instructions about this be added to the documentation now? Or is a temporary transition thing? --Brett 09:18, 31 March 2012 (EDT)

When using a virtualenv, these are downloaded for you in ./bin/python setup.py develop --upgrade