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centos 6 dependencies not found?

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klabacita
on 8/19/14, 3:32 PM 2,138 views

Hi, I have read a lot of manuals about how to install openerp 7 under centos 6 x64.

I had follow the manual for Ubuntu, but their is some modules I haven't found with Centos, using

default repo+epel.

This are the modules I could not found, maybe they have other names, I try to search them but no success:

python-libxslt1

python-xlwt

Some one knows what repo and names this 2 packages have for Centos?

Thanks. 

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Marvin Taboada
On 8/19/14, 8:39 PM

Hello klabacita,

For the first I think you need to look for 'libxslt-python'.

I haven't found CentOS packages from authoritative sources for 'xlwt', but as it is listed in the PyPI, you can try to install it either with 'pip' or 'easy_install':

* https://pypi.python.org/pypi/xlwt

* http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9848299/importerror-no-module-named-xlwt

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Ben Bernard

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On 8/19/14, 10:01 PM

Try install these lib first.

> sudo yum install libxslt-devel libxml2-devel

Then you can try to install python-libxslt1 and python-xlwt. My preference is not using yum package, one of the reason is because Centos 6 is bundled with python 2.6. I use virtualenv and pip as @Marvin suggest.

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