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Author loewis
Recipients ggenellina, kimsey0, loewis, zlm
Date 2009-01-18.17:53:10
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> I don't think thats the solution.
> "C:\Program Files\Python\2.6\" and
> "C:\Programas\Python\2.6\"
> are the same, as "C:\Program Files\Python\2.6\" is a symbolic link to
> "C:\Programas\Python\2.6\" to allow compatibility with different
> operation system languages.

It could be a hint to the problem, though.

Jacob: what language version is your Vista installation? Is
"c:\Programmer" the local translation of "c:\Program Files"?

Perhaps something doesn't work right with symbolic links on Vista.
Unfortunately, I have only the English version of Vista for testing.

Can you two please install Python into a non-standard folder that
isn't a symbolic link?
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2009-01-18 17:53:11loewissetrecipients: + loewis, ggenellina, kimsey0, zlm
2009-01-18 17:53:11loewislinkissue3881 messages
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