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errors while installing python-pip on ubuntu

When running sudo apt-get install python-pip I got the following error messages, what causes the problem and how to fix it? Thank you very much for any help. Err ...
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Unable to use python speech_recognition lib Microphone class due to ALSA

I am attempting to write a speech recognition program for the raspberry pi, however I am facing some issues using python's speech_recognition library. From the error messages (posted below) I think ...
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arecord until sound level drops low enough

I am trying to implement constant voice recognition on my Pi at the moment, I am achieving this by having two threads running, one constantly recording (with arecord in a bash script) for X amount of ...
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Installing older versions of python packages with apt-get (specifically wxpython)

I've been beating my head against the wall trying to troubleshoot a graphical program with a WX backend. We've found that wxPython 2.8.10 work fine, and seemingly any newer releases doesn't. Despite ...
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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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If any spawned child processes fail, kill all and exit

In my script I split up a data set into input_aa, input_ab, etc. Then, I run each through the same Python script, as such: # Execute program on each split file for part in input_*; do python3 ...
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How to install PySide package for CentOS 7

I'm trying to install PySide on CentOS 7. Seems pretty straightforward, enable EPEL repo, and install. Except that EPEL doesn't seem to contain a PySide package (yum install python-pyside fails with ...
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Runs perfectly through the command line, will not work through systemd ExecStart

I've installed Butterfly http terminal server, written in python, on my Arch machine. I'm new to systemd, but I'm having an issue with one of the command line parameters. /usr/bin/butterfly.server.py ...
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Upgrading Python 2.6. libpython2.6.so.1.0 missing

I am upgrading python on an offline 64bit RHEL 6.4 box and am having to do it via RPM's rather than yum. I am trying to upgrade python from 2.4.3 to 2.6 so I can build nodejs from source. I am ...
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Why does apt-get in Ubuntu still want to install Python 2.7?

New Linux VPS, installing Python and a few other tools I like to use. Did apt-get update and apt-get upgrade, and I noticed when I did apt-get install python it defaulted to version 2.7. (I can, ...
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What should I do about Python 2.7.9 not looking for SSL certificates in the right place on FreeBSD?

I have a FreeBSD 10.0 system, and a couple of days ago, I upgraded my python27 port from Python 2.7.8 to Python 2.7.9, which enabled SSL verification by default. Unsurprisingly, it broke my existing ...
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Why does my Python background process end when SSH session is terminated?

I have a bash script that starts up a python3 script (let's call it startup.sh), with the key line: nohup python3 -u <script> & When I ssh in directly and call this script, the python ...
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/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/cElementTree.so: wrong ELF class: ELFCLASS32

yum update There was a problem importing one of the Python modules required to run yum. The error leading to this problem was: /usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/cElementTree.so: wrong ELF class: ...
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Unable to run python script - Permission Denied

Trying to run a NZBGet (Python) Script, I've tried to run manually with: /mnt/local/ext001/MEDIA/NZBGet/scripts/videosort/VideoSort.py but this results in: bash: ...
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Running ipython notebook on Debian

I'm trying to get ipython notebook to run on my Debian machine without much success. I've installed ipython and ipython-notebook via apt-get, but when I try to start it up I get the following: $ ...
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Using OGG/Vorbis, is there a way to continue to record to an existing audio file?

I am using Vorbis/ogg to record audio (using arecord and then pipping to oggenc). I have downloaded oggvideotools, which gave me oggCat, which will let me join two previously recorded audio files into ...
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How to do a binary install of Python 2.7 on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11?

My SLES11 box came with Python 2.6 installed. I would like to upgrade to 2.7. What is the easiest way to do this?
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Setting different path for installation in python packaging

I am new to python packaging. My Command Line Interface (CLI) named virtdc modules has to be installed in /var/lib/virtdc. virtdc is the top folder structure /var/lib/virtdc/ framework/ ...
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Permissions when creating a simple Python package for pip

I'm trying to package a simple app I wrote, so that it can be installed on a system using python setup.py install and (later) using pip install awesomeapp. The app consists of two files in the same ...
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On Debian, how do I add a Python package in dist-packages to a virtualenv?

Given some python package in /usr/share/pyshared/ or /usr/lib/pythonX.Y/dist-packages/ (take python-numpy or python-scipy for example), how do I add that package to a virtualenv? When adding the ...
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Profiling memory, disk, cpu, and time from python

I have a workflow, implemented in python, and I would like to profile memory, disk (IO), cpu, and time information in python in an unobtrusive manner. This is NOT a question of profiling code, but ...
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Lots of unmet dependencies while updating Python

It was suggested that I uninstall and reinstall Python, so I deleted every directed labeled python until 'which python' and 'which python3.4' didn't show anything. Then I did apt-get remove python ...
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“ValueError: _system not initialized” when using apt.VersionCompare

I wrote a bash script that has to compare two version strings to decide to download new version or not. The test relies on a Python script that does apt.VersionCompare(), which does version comparison ...
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How to grant sudo permission for a .py script on a apache folder?

I've exemplo.py in an folder /opt/lampp/htdocs/cgi-local/exemplo.py folder. The script creates a socket that needs super user permissions. My question was a little confusing? I need to access ...
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How to monitor the integrity of a script that is running?

I want to make sure a running python script was not modified accidentally by some other process (or cosmic ray, or unexpected developer update). I've heard of comparing a checksum of the script (e.g. ...
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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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readline - why does does it only do carriage return and not a line feed when reaching end of line?

I developped a python application that uses the cmd module to make an interactive command-line interface. This cmd module uses readline for command-line management: completion, history... My issue ...
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How to catch mount events on Linux?

I want to somehow get notified if a mount or unmount occurs for a USB drive. At the moment I use udev and then wait for x seconds for a new entry in /proc/mounts. This works ok if the mounting is ...
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Why is coreutils sort slower than Python?

I wrote the following script to test the speed of Python's sort functionality: from sys import stdin, stdout lines = list(stdin) lines.sort() stdout.writelines(lines) I then compared this to the ...
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What does PIP stand for? [closed]

What does pip stand for? Does it stands for Python Package Installer? No, I don't think so, it is PPI
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Pyajam in debian 7

I'm trying to make the installation package python Pyajam I tried to install for pip, I received an error 4Suite-XML package $ pip install Pyajam Installing collected packages: pyajam, 4Suite-XML ...
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How can I modify a python shared object (.so) file?

I have a python code (Running on a raspbian OS) which reads the value of a joystick axis and then sends the value to an arduino. At the start of the code I have typed: import pygame I can then use ...
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Cron job not behaving as expected

So I have a python script that pulls down git/svn/p4 repositories and does some writing to a database. I'm simply trying to automate the running of this script and based from what I see in syslog it ...
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Startup commands in /etc/rc.local won't work

I have a Python program and an nginx/uwsgi/django web setup. I want the program to start with the system, as well as the web server. Here's my /etc/rc.local: crawler_dir=/home/mohammed/git/crawler ...
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python error using an executable with Z shell

I'm getting this error from the Unix Z shell (I'm on Mac): python: posix_spawn: /System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.6/Resources/Python.app/Contents/MacOS/Python: No such file or ...
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Why is my pip-installed Python script not executable for everyone?

In my Vagrant instance: vagrant@archlinux:~$ sudo pip2 install vcard Downloading/unpacking vcard Downloading vcard-0.9.tar.gz Running setup.py (path:/tmp/pip_build_root/vcard/setup.py) egg_info ...
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Installing Python without package manager

I need to install Python 2.7.x on a TI Sitara ARM processor (based on the BeagleBone Black) running a minimal custom version of Linux. In particular, the OS does not have any package manager, no gcc, ...
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Hotmail not receiving emails from a script, but works from the server

I have a working mail server running Debian stable, the following elements are working. SPF DKIM rDNS My IP is not listed in any backlist, I used: mxtoolbox.com for all this. My problem: Sending ...
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Ways to store data for command line API

I am developing an API in Unix environment for virtual machines. I have to store some information in a table about virtual machines. Currently I am using python dictionary of virtual machine objects ...
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Issues with Skyperious

I am trying to install Skyperious on Ubuntu 13.10, I have installed all the required dependencies, my python version is Python 2.7.5+. When I run the following code from terminal python main.py ...
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How to use a custom library for certain programs?

Here's my situation. I'm running Centos 7, have the standard version of libcurl as provided by my package manager, and several programs that depend on libcurl. One of them is pycurl, a python ...
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Make python module as an installable API

I am developing an API in Unix environment for virtual machines. Most of the modules are developed in python. I have few questions on this. I want to make this as an installable API, I mean to ...
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Basic steps to develop python API in Unix environment

I am developing an API in Unix environment for virtual machines. Most of the modules are developed in python. I have few questions on this. I have the file extension as abc.py. I would like to make ...
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Maintain the path in installable UnixAPI

I am developing an API in Unix environment for virtual machines. Most of the modules are developed in python. I have few questions on this. Inside the API I am using absolute path like ...
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Permission denied in scripted chroot jail

I am attempting to script the creation of a chroot jail (I know that there are tools for this, but I am in it for the experience, so please don't recommend a tool). I have a script which looks up ...
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How to install Node.js in CentOS 5.10 with Python 2.4?

I want to use Grunt on websites we have hosted on our WHM dedicated server. It is running CENTOS 5.10 x86_64 standard with WHM 11.42.1 (build 21). It is critical that things do not break, as we have ...
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Output of a python script running as unit is out of order while shells seems unnafected

How would I get all outputs of systemd managed python2 script instantly into journal, just like it appears in terminal I'm on centos 7, but seems to be same on arch according to systemd manual, ...
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Find average CPU, vMem, sMem usage on 1, 5, and 15min

I am trying to find at time T the average CPU usage on 1, 5, and 15min, just like what you get from /proc/loadavg Same thing for virtual memory, and swap memory. I would be fine with a python ...
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Why can't my python script change umask?

This is my script #!/usr/bin/python import os print "hello world from python" os.system("echo 'hello world from bash'") os.system("umask 055") os.system("ls -alh > test") If I run this code ...
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'NoneType' object has no attribute 'decompressobj' while installing Bootstrap setuptools

I have just started (as in 30 minutes ago) to use Ubuntu 12.04 (all my previous experience is with windows) and I just started to learn how to program a couple of weeks ago so this is probably a ...