# chcon -Rt ssh_home_t ~hg/.ssh
We had a similar situation at my work. We’re running CentOS 6.4 boxes but we needed Python 2.7.3, whereas CentOS 6.4 ships with Python 2.6.6.
I followed the method here: http://toomuchdata.com/2012/06/25/how-to-install-python-2-7-3-on-centos-6-2/
The advantage here is I dont have to do any path munging since PATH should look at usr/local/bin/ before /usr/bin/
LMK your thoughts.
make PYTHON=/opt/python2.7.2/bin/python PREFIX=/opt/python2.7.2 insta
make python=/opt/python2.7.2/bin/python prefix=/opt/python2.7.2 all
make python=/opt/python2.7.2/bin/python prefix=/opt/python2.7.2 install]]>