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leo_ma
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problem on set up MPD Daemons on Linux

I bought the "Intel Cluster Toolkit". In the Set up of MPD Daemons, it shows the following:

[root@pig1 /]# mpdboot -n 9 -f /etc/mpd.hosts
You can't run mpdboot on ['pig6.chwoo'] version of python must be < 2.4, current ['2.4']
You can't run mpdboot on ['pig8.chwoo'] version of python must be < 2.4, current ['2.4']
You can't run mpdboot on ['pig2.chwoo'] version of python must be < 2.4, current ['2.4']
You can't run mpdboot on ['pig7.chwoo'] version of python must be < 2.4, current ['2.4']
You can't run mpdboot on ['pig9.chwoo'] version of python must be < 2.4, current ['2.4']
You can't run mpdboot on ['pig3.chwoo'] version of python must be < 2.4, current ['2.4']
You can't run mpdboot on ['pig5.chwoo'] version of python must be < 2.4, current ['2.4']
You can't run mpdboot on ['pig4.chwoo'] version of python must be < 2.4, current ['2.4']
[root@pig1 /]#

In the User's Guide page 30, it said that it needs "Directory for Python version 2.2 or greater."

But now the version 2.4 causes problem????

How can I solve the problem????

Leo Ma

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TimP
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If you want to experiment with this on your own, you could simply edit your copy of mpdboot.py to raise the limit. If this produces any problems, and it is important to you to have the new python supported, you could file a support issue on your premier.intel.com account, documenting the problem and asking when your version could be supported.
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