Thank you in advance for any help on this.
This is a Plone site 4.3.3 being moved from a developer from Solaris zone to a CentOS 7 with Selinux now off. CentOS sees it's Python version correct (2.7.5 if I recall off top of head). However, the site will not start or build on commands.
./bin/buildout -No -c custom_buildout_file
with only error being bad interpreter (/Python-2.7/bin/python: bad interpreter: No such file or directory).
I did a download of Unified installer to another directory and successfully performed a target install of plone zeo install that starts fine, that was with Selinux enabled. So have the correct CentOS packages in place and in theory Selinux is not a factor. Set to permissive as well for now.
So, not sure where the Plone install calls or paths it's Python interpreter and/or if any corruption of the interpreter. The entire parent directory holding the site was rsynced over to CentOS with sym links being followed from a Solaris zone.
Any help please is appreciated