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Can't find module six.py when reverse engineering python project?

I'm trying to reverse engineer this project: MPL on my ubuntu system. I'm using epydoc to do this. If I run it and target the main __init__.py file, I get an error saying module six.py can't be found. ...
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How to restart python script after one second of going down using UPSTART?

I am running my Python script using upstart feature of Ubuntu so that if for whatever reason my Python script dies or gets killed, it can be restarted automatically and everything is working fine - ...
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How to test UPSTART feature of ubuntu to see my script gets restarted automatically if it gets killed?

I am running my Python script using upstart feature of Ubuntu so that if for whatever reason my Python script dies or gets killed, it can be restarted automatically. So I decided to use UPSTART ...
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Upgrade matplotlib to 1.2 or 1.3

I am trying to upgrade my python matplotlib but for some reason I can't get it to upgrade. I originally installed matplotlib with: apt-get install python-matplotlib which was fine. However it ...
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Using Atlas from scipy

I installed Ubuntu 12.04 64 bit. I need to work with python and scipy, I installed them and when I run the test: python -c "import scipy; scipy.test()" I get the message: ImportError: ...
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Can I upgrade to a new version of Python on an old version of Ubuntu?

I have Ubuntu 8.04.3 LTS and ran this: $ sudo apt-get install python2.7 I got this: Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done E: Couldn't find ...
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How do I satisfy the “warnings” Pinax requirement?

I'm trying to build a Pinax virtualenv. I get, on Precise Penguin with 0.7: jonathan@ubuntu:~/Downloads/Pinax-0.7-bundle/scripts$ ./pinax-boot.py ~/virtual New python executable in ...
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How can I upgrade pip on Ubuntu 10.04?

On Ubuntu 10.04 I've used apt-get install pip to install pip after which I installed django. Then I tried to uninstall django with pip via pip uninstall django which gives me: pip: error: No command ...
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How to manually uninstall urllib, urllib2, requests python packages?

I'm having a problem with urllib, urllib2 and requests, three python libraries. I use Ubuntu 10.04.4 LTS and python 2.6.5 (we can use with python) (but I had installed manually, after the problem, ...
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Install new most recent python package in ubuntu?

I could really do with installing matplotlib 1.1.0 on my ubunutu 11.10 system. The current ubuntu package is at 1.0.1, how do I use the new one?
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Is it possible to execute scripts in BIND based on lookup

Is it possible, to set up BIND as DNS server on my local network, and make execute scripts when it gets a lookup? I would like to execute a Python or Bash script, based on the incoming DNS lookup, ...
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How can I start the python SimpleHTTPServer on port 80?

I am using this command on Ubuntu but it is starting on port 8080 and I don't have another server running so I'd like it to start on port 80. I saw ways that you could set up a bash script to do ...
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Unix (Ubuntu Server): $PYTHONPATH resets to blank when I reboot [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to make exported shell variables permanent? Each time I set the $PYTHONPATH on my new Ubuntu server machine (old Thinkpad) and reboot, it's reset to blank. I'm ...
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What is the proper way to manage multiple python versions?

I have a machine with Python 2.6 installed as the default Python. Then, I installed Python 2.7, and manually created /usr/bin/python as a symlink to the new installation. Then, I was running into ...
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Why is this python error message generated whenever I type a nonsense command?

Whenever I type any "nonsense" command, this python error message is generated. Normal commands work fine. Any idea how to debug this? $ somenonexistingcommand Traceback (most recent call last): ...
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Run Python script on startup

Running on Ubuntu Karmic. I need to execute the following (updated) script at boot time #!/bin/sh # /etc/init.d/scripts # Description: Starts Python scripts # ————————————————– # ### BEGIN INIT INFO ...
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View Script Over SSH?

A friend, using a remote machine, SSHed to my machine and ran the following python script: while (1): ....print "hello world" (this script simply prints 'hello world' continuously). I am now ...