Installing an old version of a package
Fri Jul 6 14:50:00 GMT 2007
I try to get python2.4 installed in my cygwin system, with no success.
I need python2.4, my package (GNU Radio) does not work well with
python2.5. I followed the directions at
and got an old package from
Now I'n not quite shure how to install this package. I put it in my
local package directory in the same directory as the current version
(some 2.5.x), but I could not select it in the package list of setup.exe.
Of course I could untar the file and put the files by hand in place, but
I guess all the post-inst-script magic is missing then and I'll get in
Can anyone give me a hint how to install this package in a cygwin style?
Any command line tool like dpkg or rpm for this?
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Patrick Strasser <patrick dot strasser at tugraz dot at>
Student of Telematik, Techn. University Graz, Austria
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