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How do non-interactive programs get the permission to edit files in /etc

I'm writing a program in python that needs to edit some files in /etc. Some system some its own. How do I get those permissions from within the program itself without running sudo as the program ...
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Bash: Regex for validating web URLs [on hold]

I have been trying to use the following REGEX in BASH or within PYTHON. Still no luck. ...
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how to spawn a separate process in the background while running a foreground process

e.g., I want run a python -m HTTPSimpleServer in the background while running a watch in the background python -m HTTPSimpleServer; watch -n (my awesome test command) how can I run both in ...
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CentOS: How to force pip to install Django with latest Python 3.5

I'm running CentOS, and it has pre-installed Python 2.6.6. But I want to use Python 3.5, the latest version. So I have installed Python 3.5 on my server. It's working properly. I just compile Python ...
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save outputs and errors to external file from lxterminal

I run compiled python program like this on my linux box (runs automatically after start lxterminal LXDE lxsession autostart): @lxterminal -e sudo /home/user/app.exe > /home/user/app.out ...
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Systemd Python service not sending all output to syslog

I have a custom service and have explicitly called for all stdout & stderr to be sent to syslog in the config file, however only some of the output appears in both syslog and the journal (they are ...
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Why does tar list multiple entries for some files? [duplicate]

In a folder with a single file (image.jpg) I run the following commands $ ls -a . .. image.jpg $ tar cf target.tar image.jpg Listing contents of the archive $ tar tvf target.tar ...
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Running a discord.py, pyenv python 3.5.1 script on an apache2 webserver

I'm running into difficulty getting a python based discord bot to run on my apache2 webserver. I'm using the discord.py api wrapper and I installed python 3.5.1 using pyenv. Here is my code ...
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How to make python3 the default version on WING IDE

I'm new to python and I've been trying to update from python 2 to 3 by doing apt-get install python3 and it installed but when I type python --version on my terminal the version is 2.7.9. How can I ...
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Insert array of years into a list of URLS

I have a list of URLS like the example below. /test/test I also have an array of years [1999, 2000, 2001]. I am trying to find a way to automate the task of printing out a list of URLS with ...
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PyOpenCL on Linux Mint: PLATFORM_NOT_FOUND_KHR

I've been trying to get PyOpenCL and PyCUDA running on a Linux Mint machine. I have things installed but the demo scripts fail with the error: pyopencl.cffi_cl.LogicError: clgetplatformids failed: ...
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can't find documentation on json.tool [closed]

I can find scattered articles online that use json.tool to produce pretty python, but no clear documentation on usage. I checked docs.python. but there is no formal documentation of json.tool. I ...
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Why won't this bash command run when called by python?

The command $ find ~/foo/ -type f -iname "*.txt" -print0 | parallel -0 cat uses GNU Parallel to print all the .txt files under ~/foo/. I have a python script where I want to call this bash ...
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How can I trim the whitespace immediately preceding and following a given character in python? [migrated]

I have a bunch of strings that look like this s = '| this is | my | made up string ' I'd like to write a function that removes all the whitespace immediately preceeding and ...
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Can python extract org-mode tables from org documents?

I'm trying to write some python code that reads specified tables in org mode documents. For example, I have a file ~/foo.org $ cat ~/foo.org #+Title: Example Org Document * Section One Proin quam ...
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How can I get a python script to “remember” user input?

I have a script that asks the user for the path to their desired directory default_path = '/path/to/desired/directory/' user_path = raw_input("Enter new directory [{0}]: ".format(default_path)) or ...
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Comparing a set of IP addresses against subnets using python and netaddr module [migrated]

Can I pass file in "ip_list" and "banned_subnets". I have multiple list of IP's which need to be get match with multiple subnets, and it is not possible to list them all in script. For that I have ...
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How to restore initial configuration, files… of python on Linux Mint

Due to a mistake when compiling Python sources (Python 2.7.11), my Python installation is broken. I can solve the problem partially by recompiling the initial version of Python (2.7.6). This solution ...
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Python syntax error running freshly installed `meld` [migrated]

I'm installing meld as described here: sudo yum install intltool itstool gir1.2-gtksource-3.0 libxml2-utils However, when I try to run meld this error appears: File "/usr/bin/meld", line 47 ...
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bpython installation trouble

I have a problem with bpython: studio@linux:~> sudo pip install bpython==0.15 Requirement already satisfied (use --upgrade to upgrade): bpython==0.15 in /usr/lib/python3.4/site-packages ...
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wkhtmltopdf and pdfkit issues in python

Hello I am developing an web with python Flask in a linux server, in doing so I am trying to use pdfkit and wkhtmltopdf. I am using a linux server(ubuntu). In Putty, after logging into my server, at ...
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How to install linux-gpib Python bindings inside virtual environment?

I'm working on developing Python code to control GPIB devices, and am realizing the more I learn the less I know. So here's my question: I believe I've installed linux-gpib properly, and I have ...
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NS-3.25 PyViz visualizer install on CentOS 6.5

I'm installing Network Simulator 3.25 on a CentOS 6.5 machine. In my environment I cannot use any repository, every single packet have to be downloaded from a machine and then transferred to the ...
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Make python file accessible from anywhere by all users

I installed a program that requires you to execute a python script like this: python fit_locus.py --help I want to make the file acessible to all users without requiring them to navigate to the ...
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Python to Shell Script? [migrated]

How can I convert this simple python code to Shell script? import time import sys cur_time = int(time.time()*1000) print cur_time sys.exit(1)
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Create table with frequency of unique names retrieved from multiple .csv files

I have 32 CSV files containing fetched information from a database. I need to make a frequency table in TSV/CSV format, where the names of the rows are the name of each file, and the names of the ...
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Sudo-like remembrance of passwords for own scripts

I have a script which requires a password for authenticating a web service. A single password for a pre-defined user will suffice, and the password should if possible be stored securely (not plain ...
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Where can I practice my Python and Bash scripting? [closed]

I wanted to practice my bash scripting skills and python skills and wanted a good book or a site where I can practice and get excellent skills please. Any recommendations please.
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Including milliseconds in a Script?

sudo hexdump -v -e '1/1 "%02x\n"' /dev/ttyUSB0 | awk '$1=="ed" { getline byte1 getline byte2 number = strtonum("0x" substr(byte2,2,1))+2 ...
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python weather script not working [closed]

i am using archlinux with openbox. I created a pipe menu with a python script to get the weather from yahoo. at the begining it worked fine, but then it stopped working. the python file: ...
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How to replace a text in a shell executable file (.sh) using Python?

I have xxx.sh file which content is: setsid ./start-meteor.sh >> /home/farah/StudioInstallation/Studio/bricks/platform/log/databricksastro.log 2>&1 < /dev/null & I want to ...
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Can I do socket programming in Python on a Chromebook with Crouton? [closed]

The idea is to run a simple server on a Chromebook. Does Crouton afford that much control? I might not actually write the server in python but it'd be nice to know whether it's possible.
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File permissions while installing a python module

I would like to install sphinx-doc from the sources so I git clone the module then installed it with sudo python setup.py install. Using /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/pytz-2016.4-py2.7.egg ...
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Installing Anaconda on a Chromebook

So I'm not sure if this is the right place for my question since I'm using Chrome OS, but I've put it in developer mode and opened a shell, which looks very reminiscent of a Unix shell. I've never ...
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Should we let Python pip overwrite modules that were installed by RPM?

Python pip and many Python modules are provided through the CentOS Linux repos. On CentOS 7.x Linux, I can install pip and pymongo with the standard distribution package manager (yum install ...
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Systemd: How to start/stop Python script that should run in background, inside Virtualenv

On my Raspbian machine, I want a successful OpenVPN connection to my VPN provider to initiate a Python script, that persistently should run in the background as long as the VPN connection is active. ...
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python virtual environment

I have to install python package locally/globally on a machine using pip, so for I do not want to install pip on local machine. I can successfully create a new virtual environment using easy_install ...
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DD-wrt serial messages [closed]

Since I recently bricked my WDR3600 by accidentally flashing wrong firmware with mdt I had to do some soldering to make serial work. Since the window to entering bootloader cmd was really short I ...
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Python psutil version conflict for Terminator on Centos 7

This issue started after latest updates installation, probably in last 2-3 days. When I try to open Terminator I get error, Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/bin/terminator", line 23, ...
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Trying to get .py scripts running through apache (mod_python) [closed]

All the tutorials say to look for <directory...> </directory>, but I cannot find this in my default 000-default.conf (on my raspberry pi). Can someone explain what I am supposed to do? All ...
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How do I calculate the column percentage of a file?

I have a tsv file that contains some values. I want the sum of each column and total number of values and percentage values. Eg: file.tsv contains x 1 1 0 1 x x 1 x ...
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Fatal Python error: pycurl: libcurl link-time version is older than compile-time version

When updating yum via sudo on our (Amazon Linux) server, I get the following error: Fatal Python error: pycurl: libcurl link-time version is older than compile-time version I find the following ...
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Start my webpy server using supervisor

I am trying to start my python web.py server at boot, but I am having difficulties getting it running by itself. I have a config-file like the following. It's basically the sample file with an added ...
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How to compile C Extension for Python

I am attempting to install https://github.com/lthiery/SPI-Py (on a Raspberry Pi running Raspbian) by running sudo python setup.py install This fails with error spi.c:20:20: fatal error: Python.h: No ...
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Terminator installed via Homebrew “Incompatible library version”

I've installed Terminator from the homebrew/gui tap, but when I ran it, it raised this error: You need to install the python bindings for gobject, gtk and pango to run Terminator. I edited ...
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Enabling Yum Repos in Python

I have a set of scripts that automatically downloads packages from yum using the internal Python bindings on Centos 7. These work fine until I need to enable a repo during a package download. I've ...
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How to use a tty as a sound device for pjsua?

I have a bi-directional PCM device that appears as /dev/ttyUSBxx. It provides and consumes 16-bit linear PCM at 8KHz (though that can be changed to u-LAW or a-LAW). I would like to use the device in ...
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How / Is it possible to install python in a portable way?

I'm working on a python script which takes care to migrate a mysql database with a certain schema / structure, into a postgresql database with a different structure. During the development phase I ...
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How do I install Python in Linux with no Internet access?

Part 1 I have CentOS with no Internet access. I have a docker container based on Ubuntu. I want to install Python inside the Docker container. I downloaded some .deb files for installing Python ...
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Pitfalls to symlinking python2.7 to python?

I have a CentOS 6.7 machine with the "system" python (2.6.6) installed from an RPM at /usr/bin/python. We installed an additional version installed from source (2.7.11) used for development purposes ...