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g00r00 [Troubleshooting]
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 The most common issue in Unix based platforms is that a link is not created to the Python library. ​ Mystic expects to find "​libpython2.7.so.1.0"​ on Linux and "​libpython2.7.dylib"​ in macOS, so if your Python library is stored under a different name then you need to make a symbolic link. The most common issue in Unix based platforms is that a link is not created to the Python library. ​ Mystic expects to find "​libpython2.7.so.1.0"​ on Linux and "​libpython2.7.dylib"​ in macOS, so if your Python library is stored under a different name then you need to make a symbolic link.
  
-Like the Windows version, another issue some people have ran into is that their bit level of Python does not match that of Mystic.  This can cause crashes when a script is attempting to execute. ​ The issue seems more prominent in macOS where the owner may not be aware of their OS bit-level, or their OS has a mix and match of 32-bit and 64-bit software.  This seems like common on the average Linux installation.+Like the Windows version, another issue some people have ran into is that their bit level of Python does not match that of Mystic ​which can cause crashes when a script is attempting to execute. ​ The issue seems more prominent in macOS where the owner may not be aware of their OS bit-level, or their OS has a mix and match of 32-bit and 64-bit software ​and it is not clear what version they should be using.
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