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Thumbor ImportError: No module named thumbor_plugins.optimizers.pngcrush

I'm strugling to properly install Thumbor on a server. I made my regular installation. Tested working at that time (Centos 7, Python 2.7.5) I setup supervisord to manage a deamon for thumbor I got ...
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Software Center not opening in Linux Mint

I'm a Linux Mint 14 user. I'm not able to open the software center. $ software-center ERROR:root:DebFileApplication import Traceback (most recent call last): File ...
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Shell scripting : want to login on some server, which are in same domain and execute command and exit

I have 10 unix servers, I want to log into them one by one, execute 4-5 lines of code, save the output and exit. For Example: 10 serves: Intially at xyz server Login in server 1 --> execute 4-5 ...
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Wait until gnome-terminal ends

I'm trying to implement a script who runs four terminal window in parallel using this function gnome-terminal -e sh -c "python scraper.py". I would like to know if there's a way to wait until each ...
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Installing specific version of python and its dependencies in chroot enviroment

I'm trying to install python from source on chroot environment in CentOS 7.1, If I'm using ./configure --prefix=/chroot but I need to find the dependencies and copy them to chroot directory also, How ...
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Unknown media type error while installing

I'm trying to install gmate on fedora 23 First, it require some packages: pywebkitgtk, python-sexy, python-inotify and ack Installing them without any problems: [root@host gmate] # dnf install ...
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piping python variable value to bash script (inside python script)

After years of bash scripting I've been given the task of modifying a python script to have it call a shell script when certain conditions are met. That part wasn't too bad, but now I'm trying to ...
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Centos 5.11 No module named yum [closed]

I'm running Centos 5.11 and I installed python 2.7 (replacing 2.4) I soon found out that yum won't work with 2.7, as expected if I put python -V it shows Python 2.7. My classmate did a snapshot of ...
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Trouble installing lxml with custom install location for libxml2/libxslt

I am attempting to install a python module called lxml to my account on a supercomputer running RHEL. I do NOT have root access or super user status. lxml requires the dev/devel versions of libxml2 ...
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Upgrading python to 2.7.11 on Ubuntu 14.04

I've been trying to upgrade my python to 2.7.11 or 3.4 (the latest one) but I'm having doing so. I followed the guide here: Upgrade to Python 2.7.11 on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Everything completes fine but ...
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placing words corresponding to a key in a singe row

I have a symbol table of the form (key-value pairs) 01 aaluu desii 01 aaluu cipsa 01 amaruuda ilaahabaadii 02 hai 02 nahii 02 txamaatxara To start with, I am supposed to place ...
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Jenkins, Python and root

I am trying to run Python unittest as part of a Jenkins build. My build was failing as follows: + export ...
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Running Python application on boot through init.d script

I am trying to start an Python application on a Debian based OS that is running on a router. This application comes prebundled with site-packages and a python binary. Like a virtual environment. The ...
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Need some support on Python for string append/replacement

I am writing a python script to replace/append certain strings with their equivalents.. Actual string: Name = "com.icon.t2p" Object = "/com/icon/t2p/host" Expected Output : Name = ...
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Which is more expensive, shell command or manipulating file in python?

docker ps which gives the LIST of running dockers with <ID> <name> <port> etc. We can get the same info in /var/lib/docker/containers/<ID>/config.json. (Here ID is same in ...
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how to find default SMTP server name?

I have a python script which uses smtplib to send out an email. I am not sure what to use for mail server name in the smtplib.SMTP initialization. On my test server I use the below and it works fine. ...
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Extract Strings from Web Log file

Given a file containing web access logs for a YouTube video, every line is a hit and is in the format. 62.172.72.131 - - [02/Jan/2003:02:06:41 -0700] "GET /random/html/riaa_hacked/ HTTP/1.0" 200 ...
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Python installation fails in chroot

I tried to install Miniconda Python in a chroot: chroot $1 wget -q https://repo.continuum.io/miniconda/Miniconda3-3.19.0-Linux-x86_64.sh -O /tmp/miniconda.sh ...
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“except (IOError, OSError), e: SyntaxError: invalid syntax” when configuring python-lockfile

I am having trouble installing any new packages in Ubuntu because of python. I tried sudo apt-get install python3 python3-dev but I am getting the following output :: dpkg: error processing ...
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Program run from udev cannot open a window [duplicate]

I have a script, written in python: #!/usr/bin/python3 from tkinter import messagebox variable = messagebox.showinfo('title', 'question') This python script does nothing else than showing a message ...
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Set maximum number of processes started by incrond

I am using incrond to monitor a directory for incoming files. After each file arrives in the directory a python script is called to process it. A problem arises when the rate of incoming files is ...
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ImportError: No module named '_struct' when installing setuptools

I've installed separate Python versions on Centos 6.7 using the instructions listed here, using a local install (not my package manager). When I tried to install [setuptools][2] (e.g. python3.5 ...
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CentOS 6, having hard time with yum, repos and installing packages

I'm having some hard time with yum and hoped to get some help. My end goal is to install the pymssql library for Python. It fails because it needs freetds install. yum install freetds fails with ...
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Getting Error updating CentOS 6.7

I am trying to update CentOS and getting errors as follows. I tried to remove Python and I couldn't. [root@csc ~]# cat /etc/issue CentOS release 6.7 (Final) Kernel \r on an \m Error updating ...
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uwsgi , application not found

Ok so I have been trying to find a solution to this for 2 days now but I cannot seem to make much progress. I am running this on a nginx server but that appears to be fine. I copied over a python ...
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Why is there an EOF in the middle of the arguments?

I wanted to write a little bash function such that I can tell bash, import os or from sys import stdout and it will spawn a new Python interpreter with the module imported. The latter from function ...
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Permission denied error without ssh connection

I have an Ubuntu 12.04 server which runs a python application. The application is started manually in tmux or automatically when the server starts. Application processes http requests from android ...
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echo $PATH shows path to python scripts, but they cannot be executed

I am new to using the shell, and wanted to create a directory in $HOME where I can put all my python scripts, set a path to that directory, so that I can go into any folder on my Mac and execute those ...
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is there a way to get the url from current tab in google-chrome?

I used to do that on firefox using a python command, but recently something changed and I can't get the URL anymore! What used to work with firefox: #!/bin/bash current_tab_num () { python2 ...
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Using embedded python script in Makefile

I'm trying to run a Python snippet inside a Make target, but I'm having trouble trying to figure out how these things work in Make. Here is my attempt so far: define BROWSER_PYSCRIPT import os, ...
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Invoke python script through make command

I have a tool with 5 python scripts say A.py, B.py, C.py, D.py and E.py. I have to run this program in Linux. A.py is the one program I run which imports other files and uses them. For running A.py, I ...
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trying to get fbpanel installed but getting confusing errors

I'm not too keen on these python errors to figure them out. this is the error I am getting, but I'm using alsa/pulseaudio so I have no idea how to read python errors. %mike@voidz ...
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How can I disable the new history feature in Python 3.4?

Since upgrading to Python 3.4, all interactive commands are logged to ~/.python_history. I don't want Python to create or write to this file. Creating a symlink to /dev/null does not work, Python ...
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installing eric5 in CentOS 6.4

I am trying to install Eric Python IDE 5 in my CentOS 6.4. The problem here is even I have installed PyQT4 its again saying that module is missing. what I am supposed to do ? here is the terminal log ...
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How do you list number of lines of every file in a directory in human readable format.

I have a list of directories and subdirectories that contain large csv files. There are about 500 million lines in these files, each is a record. I would like to know How many lines are in each ...
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Need help in data arrangement

Could you please help me to sort this out, I have data which i would like get output in below format using shell/perl script. Data: Virtual Machine Test status Running. Assigned Server ...
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How does /usr/bin/env know which program to use?

When I use the shebang #!/usr/bin/env python to run a script, how does the system know which python to use? if I look for a python bin path in the environment variables I find nothing. env | grep -i ...
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Equivalent to OS X's py2app and Windows's py2exe?

I'm writing an application in Python. I don't expect my end users to be particularly tech-savvy, so I'd like to package it up like a familiar native executable. For OS X, that means running it ...
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Build xpra on local directory without root priviledges

I am trying to build xpra on local directory without root priviledges. The xpra official site says: https://www.xpra.org/trac/wiki/Building Building with distutils For installing into a local ...
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Can I copy output from sage to my clipboard?

I run sage from the terminal. One nice feature of sage is that it can automatically latex-ify results. I would like to be able to pipe these results to my clipboard (I run Ubuntu 14.04). I have ...
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Can I change owner of a tunnel after creating it?

I've been trying to finagle pytun to do my bidding in creating persistent ssh tunnels, but I very much do not want these to be owned by root and unless I modify the python package myself (which as a ...
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FreeBSD Selenium PhantomJS - Can not connect to the Service

i am stuck to run PhantomJS with selenium. So i have prepared a FreeBSD Jail and installed phantomjs via ports. whereis phantomjs > phantomjs: /usr/local/bin/phantomjs /usr/ports/lang/phantomjs ...
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Script for ssh automatic login to a specific port

So currently, the "traditional" way to connect through SSH is the following one: ssh USERNAME@HOST -p PORT I would like to create a script in which I will include all the appropriate information ...
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Bulk downloading PDFs

This may/may not be possible using bash happy for a suggestion in Python if there is one. But I would like to download all the PDFs/ePubs from the following link https://mises.org/library/books ...
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wget changes downloaded file size

I'm using wget to download Excel file with xlsx extension. The thing is that when I want to deal with the file using openpyxl, I get the following error: "BadZipfile: File is not a zip file" But when ...
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How do I print the data received on a serial port?

Below is the python code I have written : import serial,time #initialization and open the port ser = serial.Serial() ser.port = "/dev/ttyUSB0" ser.baudrate = 1152000 ser.bytesize = serial.EIGHTBITS ...
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Email generated with Python stuck in mailq, times out (Debian)

I want to send emails out, originating from my Debian computer. I do NOT want the emails to originate from my gmail account, like in most Python smtplib examples. I called my ISP regarding port 25, ...
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Cronjob python script

I have a python script that parses some html and then writes it to output file. I want that cronjob would execute that python script. When I run this script from command line it works fine (python ...
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OPENSSL_1.0.0 not found when running PyPy 4.0.1 on Amazon Linux (AWS EC2)

I want to run PyPy 4.0.1 on Amazon Linux (AWS EC2), and then downloaded and unzipped the tar.bz file. Also, I created the symbolic links to fix problems, such as pypy: error while loading shared ...
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Run git pull from a shell start-up script

I have Raspberry Pi that loads a shell script on start up. This script runs a python script, boot_camera.py, which is found in a repository. I Have a server which sends the Raspberry Pi a command ...