Documentation - Install
3.10.6. Notes on RPM installation
- The RPM installation installs Spyce to /usr/share/spyce and
creates a /usr/bin/spyce as a symlink to spyceCmd.py. It also
configures Apache to forward .spy requests to the Spyce server on port 8000.
You're still responsible for starting the spyce server as described in the
Web Server configuration section.
- If you upgrading Spyce, it is recommended to uninstall the previous
version using rpm -e spyce, and then install a fresh copy, as opposed
to using the rpm -U option.
- Historical note to Redhat users: RH releases prior to 8.0 still used Python version
1.5, as many standard scripts depended on it. If you want to run Spyce with
some of the newer Python2 rpms, you will need to change top line of the run_spyceCmd.py, run_spyceCGI.py, run_spyceModpy.py and verchk.py
scripts, or reconfigure your path so that the default python is the version
that you want.