I have been struggling to get the cephes module (Special Functions - basically binds to a set of C and Fortran routine), but I keep running into problems like Traceback (most recent call last): File "/import/urizen/pcote/sluis/Python-2.3.2/Kelson/getkeys", line 8, in ? from basics import * File "/import/urizen/pcote/sluis/Python-2.3.2/Kelson/basics.py", line 8, in ? from SpecialFuncs import jn,jv File "/import/urizen/pcote/sluis/Python-2.3.2/lib/python2.3/site-packages/SpecialFuncs/SpecialFuncs.py", line 1, in ? from cephes import * ImportError: ld.so.1: python: fatal: relocation error: file /import/urizen/pcote/sluis/Python-2.3.2/lib/python2.3/site-packages/SpecialFuncs/cephesmodule.so: symbol __d_sign: referenced symbol not found The "make" runs fine, although in previous trials of "make" the __d_sign "Undefined Symbol" error was noticed before, as well as __pow_di, __e_wsfe_pv and others. Does anybody have any experience with installing Cephes for python? Or any other suggestions about what I might be overlooking? Thanks! Arend.