[zeromq-dev] Problem installing python language binding on openwrt

Roman consulttelecom at gmail.com
Mon Dec 9 20:08:30 CET 2013

Greg, thank you for answering.
Sure, it is definitely known that it is impossible to compile C language
programs on OpenWRT box itself. In case you need compilation,
cross-compiler is used on another platform.
In my case I already have zeromq library compiled and installed on device.
Do I really need to compile Python bindings in case of preinstalled

On Mon, Dec 9, 2013 at 10:59 PM, Greg Ward <greg at gerg.ca> wrote:

> On 08 December 2013, Roman said:
> > I tried to install python zeromq binding on openwrt issuing command
> python
> > setup.py install. Script ended with the following error:
> >
> > unable to execute ccache_cc: No such file or directory
> >
> > error: command 'ccache_cc' failed with exit status 1
> It sounds like Python was built with a compiler (ccache_cc) that is
> not installed on your machine. You should probably ask on an OpenWRT
> forum where to get ccache_cc. Things to investigate:
>   * Are you able to compile other C programs/libraries?
>   * Are you able to compile other Python extensions?
> Also, try
>   DISTUTILS_DEBUG=1 python setup.py install
> That might shed some light.
>        Greg
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