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howto install Python , Python-urlgrabber , Python-iniparse on Fedora 7 or Centos 5.2

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su -c 'yum install python'
su -c 'yum install python-urlgrabber'
su -c 'yum install python-iniparse'
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Hi again

sorry i want to use Fedora instead of Centos, so what is it for Fedora???
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It should be the same.  Try running those commands.
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