I'm pretty sure the answer to both your questions is yes it's
possible. This is not the best list to answer your questions though.
I'd suggest you mail [hidden email] which is the same as the
I'd bet Google could find the answer even faster though. :-)
> It's about Pyhton for Linux X86.
> First, I would like to know if it's possible to build a fully static
> python binary, something that does not depends on others libraries
> when using 'ldd python', e.g. If so, how?
> Second, I would like to build a python for distribution that would
> include (statically if possible) the package Numeric-24.2. Is it
> possible? How?
> Summarising, I would like to build a python binary independent of
> others libraries where I could 'import Numeric'.
> I would appreciate very much any help here.
> Many thanks in advance.
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