Installing Pycurl on CentOS?

Installing Pycurl on CentOS?

I'm finding it to install pycurl on CentOS 5 quite the mission impossible.

This is the error I'm getting:

>>> import pycurl Traceback (most recent call last):   File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module> ImportError: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory 

Some help would be beyond amazing. :|

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In Fedora 13 python-pycurl would be the package you were looking for. Try that..


Looks like you are missing the libcurl libraries, which you must install like this:.
sudid  yum install libcurl 
After that, it may be a good idea to refresh your pycurl install, by doing the following:.
sudid  easy_install pycurl 
If this gives you the error "command not found" (I don't know if CentOS'es built-in version of Python includes SetupTools a/k/a/ easy_install), then you need the SetupTools first and then run the easy_install command above:.
sudid  yum install python-setuptools 
Hope this helps!.

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