Ubuntu/Python module _unboundmodule missing

Wouter Wijngaards wouter at nlnetlabs.nl
Mon Oct 8 14:05:51 UTC 2018

Hi Daniel,

This module is built-into the unbound executable by the compile, and it
is fetched at that time by the python start routines.  That is why it is
not built separately.  The python module needs a python script to load,
and that is something you configure in unbound.conf.

Could it be some sort of version issue in Python (compile vs run-time)
that causes it to not load the symbols from the executable and search
for them externally?

Best regards, Wouter

On 10/6/18 3:55 PM, Snitch Ashor via Unbound-users wrote:
> I'm tryin to get unbound with the python module running on Ubuntu 18.04
> LTS. The version from the ubuntu repository (1.6 7) works fine without
> the python module.. The package python-unbound provides unboundmodule.py
> under dist-packages however _unboundmodule(.so?!?) is missing. Same if i
> compile it, unboundmodule.py is created _unboundmodule is missing. Any
> Ideas?
> I had a look at the makefile and it seems that part is simply missing.
> Pyunbound works fine (_unbound.so is created). I also checked a couple
> of repisitories and it seems _unboundmodule is always missing on ubuntu,
> i saw It's part of the python-unbound package, for e.g. Fedora.
> Bests,
> Daniel

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