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listen a power-button event in Python (no ACPI)

I am using a Debian machine which does not include the acpid package. Is there a way that I can reboot the machine using Python language when the power-button is pressed, without installing that (or ...
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python3.3 build from source

When running make test while doing a build from source for python3.3 I had 25 tests skipped and 14 skips unexpected on linux. OS Debian 7.0 64 bit server. How can I figure out what packages are ...
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How to check the status of bash shell script while executing from Python script?

I have a simple Python script which will execute a shell script using subprocess module in Python. Below is my Python shell script which is calling testing.sh shell script and it works fine. import ...
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Which window manager has Python bindings?

I've been coding bits here and there with Python and I'm most interested in Desktop Environments, for which I always have ideas I want to try out. I have tried to play around with python-xlib but ...
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mod_python won't “./configure” because it can't determine httpd version

I'm trying to install mod_python 3.3.1 on Apache 2.4.3 and whenever I try to run ./configure (with apxs etc) and instead of configuring correctly, it says that Apache 2.x is required and my current ...
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Install qtile 1.6 from the source

I try to install qtile from the source, you can see also this link: Install libxcb from source When I try to launch qtile I have this error, I do not understand why: Traceback (most recent call ...
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Installing python module pyexiv2 on CentOS?

I downloaded the latest pyexiv2 files: pyexiv2-0.3.2.tar.bz2 and I looked at the README file which said: To build and install the library, while in the top-level directory (e.g. '~/dev/pyexiv2', ...
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mongodb “hijacking” port

I'm having some trouble with Python HTTP Server and MongoDB. In this case HTTP server represents a REST service providing data from MongoDB. MongoDB is running on default port (27017) at all times. ...
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What Ubiquity files should I change or interface with to make a change to Ubiquity?

There's a difference between the GTK and Qt/KDE versions of the Ubiquity installer. The GTK version doesn't take you to a manual disk partitioner if you choose the dual boot radio button. The Qt ...
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Missing Python.h in Arch

I use Arch Linux. I want to compile a C++ file that includes <Python.h>. But I can't do it. In Debian based systems this problem is resolved with sudo apt-get install python-dev. How I can ...
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API for panel applets on eOS Pantheon?

Is there any API (esp python or bash) to append new applets on eOS Pantheon's panel? I can't find proper documentation.
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Compiling python .py to .pyc doesn't happen

I have read that python will compile the source file .py by itself to produce .pyc, but this doesn't happen in my case. I have the source file inside /opt/osqa folder where I always have to use sudo ...
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How to install easy_install using non-default Python Interpreter on CentOS?

I have downloaded, compiled and installed Python 2.7 on CentOS. I would like to download and install easy_install (and pip) for it but I am a little bit confused as to how to do that. How can I ...
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trac svn python bindings messed up rebuild python

My trac and svn used to work it still does if i click on the links many times. How ever it complaines of he followign and i am not sure what to do i have followed ...
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Unable to install SciPy

I need to use the module skimage, which calls the module SciPy (I need to find contours) import numpy from sys import argv from PIL import Image from skimage import measure # Inicialization ...
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How to display the name of the current Virtualenv?

I'm using virtualenv, virtualenvwrapper, zsh, oh-my-zsh, terminator, on Crunchbang. I'm trying to display the name of the current virtualenv like so workon example (example)... I've tried many ...
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Protected Execution Environment

I've been recently investigating for the best way to implement a Protected/Secured Execution Environment that would allow me to "upload" some code into that environment and block any kind of output ...
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playonlinux crashing on Fedora 19

I installed playonlinux using the default repository and when I run the command 'playonlinux' its getting crash and prints this output Traceback (most recent call last): File "mainwindow.py", line ...
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How can you change the process name of Wing IDE from python to something more descriptive

In my process list under Ubuntu (using top/System Monitor) one of the largest memory hogs (200+Mb) was python. I searched a bit for one of my programs to be the cause until I realised this was my ...
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Python not recognizing LD_LIBRARY_PATH?

I am trying to install Python2.7 on cr-48 chromebook in developer mode, and face a weird issue that I am having hard time searching for a solution on google. First some background.. the root partition ...
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Simple console text editor suited to python

I am looking for a light weight shell editor for Linux that a young child (eg 7-8 year old) can write python scripts in. The motivation is to find something that is helpful for a beginning programmer ...
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Trying to install numpy, nltk to python 2.4 on CentOs 5.10 with multiple versions of python installed - python 2.4 and python 3.3

I've inherited a project on a hosted server and I'm trying to install and import numpy and nltk into the project. The OS is centOs 5.10 and the web app uses web.py. There are two version of python ...
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FreeBSD: How to start a python script as daemon?

I'm facing an issue with a python file that I'd like to start as a service. I named my service ocrserver and the script I want to start is in /home/administrator/ocr/ocrserver/init.py with some ...
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How can i fix the following gmp library dependency error while trying to install Charm?

I am trying to install Charm crypto python framework in ubuntu 11.04 with python 2.7. Requirements say that i should have gmp installed 5.*. I have successfully installed gmp lib and i have run all ...
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VIM(Mercurial) +python3.2 on debian wheezy: Could not load library function PySys_SetArgv

> ./configure --enable-python3interp=dynamic --enable-gui=gtk2 > --with-python3-config-dir=/usr/lib/python3.2/ make vim --version|grep pyth +cryptv +linebreak -python ...
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No module Found error in Linux but Works fine in Windows

I am trying to run a Program that I coded in Python in Windows environment When I am trying to copy the program and running it in Linux(Debian), It won't work, It is giving the following error, ...
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Python error after installing libboost-all-dev on debian

A friend of mine wanted the libboost libraries installed on our shared computer so after installing libboost-all-dev 1.49.0.1 (a Debian wheezy machine), I get this error when using the "pydoc modules" ...
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How can I make a switch accessible via the internet, that allows users to turn on or off a python script?

I have a python script running on a home laptop that runs Ubuntu 13.10. I want to give 2 or 3 people the ability to start or kill that script, but no other privileges. I don't want to give them access ...
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Making md5sum understand file names with spaces

I need to use md5sum in Python by using pipe to calculate checksum for a bunch of .mp3 files... is there a command which ignore whitespaces in filenames on the command line of md5sum program? For ...
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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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python3 traceback error

Whenever I mistype any command in terminal instead of getting Error:Command not found I get this python message error Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/lib/python3.3/site.py", line ...
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Running python script from Linux Terminal

I have downloaded this script named, pyAES.py and put it in a folder name codes, inside a Desktop directory of my Linux, According to this example, ...
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I want to install a library which requires a python version and, having two installed, finds the wrong one

I want to install a library on my debian machine and it requires a python version above 2.6.6-7. The machine had installed the version 2.5.2-3, so I installed python 2.7. When I run python -V, the ...
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Numpy module not found despite being in path

I am having trouble with the module on python. Here is my path variable, /opt/local/bin /opt/local/sbin /Developer/usr/bin /usr/local/git/bin /usr/X11/bin /Users/oskarniburski/.rvm/bin /usr/X11R6/bin ...
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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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FreeBSD: How to install Django with mod_wsgi?

Using FreeBSD 8.2-RELEASE. I want to mess around with Django and I want a working setup on my freebsd system. My understanding is I need to install python, apache, mod_wsgi, and django. The ...
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Reading amount of tracks from an audio CD?

I'm writing a little script to analyze audio CDs. I'm specifically looking for a way to grab the track count from the CD, either from a shell-script or from Python. Is there an easy way to do this? ...
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Alsaaudio module, recording for specific amount of time

The below code records the audio for some time (I don't know how much) How to calculate the total time of its recording? For example, if I want to record for just one minute then how would I limit ...
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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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What is wrong with my cron job?

I'm new to linux, and was told I could use a feature called cron job to run a python script I made execute every 10 minutes. Problem is the the python script isn't running. There doesn't seem to be a ...
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Keep running program requiring X server after logging off of ssh session

I have a python script that periodically generates a png image, and puts it on a server that I can access through a browser. The image displays the progress of a job I am running on the server. I'm ...
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OfflineIMAP tells me SQLite isn't installed, even though it is

Whenever I run OfflineIMAP v6.5.3.1 I get an error for every folder (i.e. tag and folder in Gmail) which tells me there was a problem and then right after it tells me: SQLite backend chosen, but no ...
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Change default python distribution for postgres from the system's python (to Enthought Canopy)

On an RHEL6 system, I'd like my postGIS implementation (ie my postgres/postgresql databases) to use Enthought's Canopy distribution of python, rather than the built-in GNU's distribution. (This is ...
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Python-friendly machine configuration management systems

Are there machine configuration management systems akin to: Puppet Chef which are natively, or at least intimately, Python-friendly? Any recommendations with supporting evidence and/or backing ...
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How do you use minicom with stdin and stdout?

I need to communicate with Python over a USB to RS-232 converter, to a device. The application minicom connects seamlessly, so if I could run that in non-interactive mode, everything would would be ...
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How can I custom rename podcasts after downloading them with gPodder?

I'm using Arch Linux. To download podcasts, I use gPodder 3. To listen to my podcasts, I'm using Rockbox on my iPod Classic. The thing is, the podcasts don't get sorted nicely on my iPod: ...
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mozilla sync server and mysql auth

Recently I updated my debian squeeze to wheezy. Unfortunately my firefox sync server (weave) stopped working. I saved the config files and downloaded the new version via hg. I already fixed some ...
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Python Web interface for simple mysql database

We need a new web interface for our internal car booking system, which is implemented in mysql database. Could somebody please advise, what would be a suitable solution (which framework, if any). The ...
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linking problems when installing python module and dependencies as non-root

I want to install a certain (non-public, numerical) python module on a remote (Debian squeeze) system on which I do not have root (or sudo) privileges. As the python-dev package was not installed, I ...
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Automation tasks for system administrators [closed]

If I am a junior UNIX/Linux system administrator, and I want to make automation tasks for the server. I know Shell script, Perl, and Python. All of these are used to make automation tasks. Which one ...