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Different version of Python cannot find modules

In my Suse system I have these 2 versions of Python: # which python2.6 # /usr/bin/python2.6 # which python2.4 # /usr/local/bin/python2.4 2.6 is the system one, and 2.4 was compiled by me. If I ...
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How to change the default version of Python in Debian 7.5?

I'm using Debian 7.5, and I've installed Python 3.3 and 3.2. How do I make 3.3 the default for when someone types python in the command line?
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How to install StackApplet on Debian?

I would love to install StackApplet on Debian 6.0.2! I downloaded 'stackapplet_1.4.0_all.deb' and ran following command: root@debian:/home/dagrevis/Downloads# dpkg -i stackapplet_1.4.0_all.deb ...
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How do I remove the new environment commands that were created by the virtualenvwrapper script?

I've installed and run virtuarenvwrapper.sh to try to configure an alternate version of python on my system. This script has placed somewhere a series of commands that are now executed whenever I ...
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On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.2 how can I use Python 2.7 as default not Python 2.6? I did but still showing 2.6?

RHEL 6.2 I have python 2.6 but I need default python 2.7 using yum packaging (so that nothing goes messed up, cause its a heavy duty working system, all I need the python 2.7 on it, without messing ...
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Installing pyside on Fedora 19

I'm trying to install pyside from source on Fedora 19. Running sudo python setup.py bdist_egg --version=1.2.0 --qmake=/usr/lib64 gives: HEAD is now at 92062bc... Version bump to 0.2.14 Checking out ...
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Linux - preventing an application from failing due to lack of disk space

Due to an unpredicted scenario I am currently in need of finding a solution to the fact that an application (which I do not wish to kill) is slowly hogging the entire disk space. To give more context ...
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chmod - change permissions on a file

I have a Python virtualenv, and the Python executable is located in the /bin directory. In this virtualenv I'll have to execute some unsafe code, that can damage my system. I tried to chmod a-r on the ...
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Rescue value from second last line

After I run a script, I've got the following lines: PyMOL(TM) Molecular Graphics System, Version 1.4.1. Copyright (c) Schrodinger, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Created by Warren L. DeLano, ...
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shell or python script to transpose rows to columns [duplicate]

I have a big file with numbers like: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 9 9 9 I want to tranpose it into 1 5 9 2 6 9 3 7 9 4 8 9 I have search on google for solutions, but those solutions simply don't ...
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Uninstall a python software properly

I installed a little python software (pycarddav) before to notice there is a packaged version for Debian sid... Now, I would like to uninstall properly this software and then, install the packaged ...
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Python file issue from root path

I have a script that is well-tested and known to be working. I am running into an issue with it where when I try to run it from /root/backup/script.py or ~/backup/script.py I get a file not found ...
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Listing directories based on size from largest to smallest on single line

I can use the following command to get a list of directories and their sizes and sort them from largest to smallest (in the example I renamed the directories to numbers to make this easier to ...
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Installing iPython3 Fedora 20

It was very easy to install ipython and upgrade it to the newest version (2.0) using pip. However, I want to set up ipython3, which uses Python 3, and found it more difficult. I finally installed it ...
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install python module for particular python instance

I have 2 python instance on a CentOS machine, i.e. /usr/bin/python2.4 and /usr/bin/python2.7. Modules for 2.4 are in /usr/lib/python2.4, and modules for 2.7 are in /usr/local/python27. When I do ...
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Pattern Matching and Delete the whole line

I want to delete all the Lines of File 1, if Column1 of File1 matches exactly with Column 1 File2. File 1: r001:21:10 21 AAAAAATTTGC * = XM:21 r002:21:10 21 YAAAATTTGC * ...
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fail2ban permission denied on script

I've just upgraded from RHEL 5 to 6.5 and setup fail2ban anew. I can't seem to get my custom action to work now, supposedly because of a permission issue. I wan't to know what am I doing wrong, and ...
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python xml parsing

I have to delete particular tags from an xml file. Sample xml below. <data> <tag:action/> </data> I want to delete all contents between data and /data. ...
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Modoboa 1.1.1 Deployment Errors

I try to install modoboa follow this steps: http://modoboa.readthedocs.org/en/latest/getting_started/install.html I installed modoboa with pip install modoboa Traceback (most recent call last): ...
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pipe function arguments to command line arguments in python

I have a python code (cmd.py) which accepts files as command line arguments and process using parse_args. I want to pass files from another code (files.py) to cmd.py, just like passing function ...
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Python: Move lines backward in a textfile

Imagine a text file which contains random text and two unique markers 01 text text text 02 text text text 03 __DELETE_THIS_FIRST__ 04 text text text 05 text text text 06 text text text 07 text text ...
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How to grab the oldest unread message from `mail` in a script?

In a script I am trying to finish writing now, I need to get the oldest unread message from the current user's mailbox (specifically, I need the subject line for this project). After extracting the ...
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How do I get 'realpath' to find my symbolic link?

I am on MacOSX using bash as my shell. I have symbolic link, created like this: ln -s /usr/bin/python python2 I have a package that uses python2 and I want to create a symbol link in my current ...
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makehuman gives “ImportError: No module named numpy”

I installed 1.0.0 on slackware 14.1 makehuman 64bit slackbuilds through the site, but the makehuman does not open, the program appears in the KDE menu but does not open. I do not know why it happens, ...
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apt python error prevents me from resolving dependency problems for apt-get install

On Debian 6 servers dependency issues are preventing me from installing nis (or any package). When I try to resolve that issue I get a python error. How do I get past this issue and re-gain the ...
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Installation location of python modules?

How does one get python modules working on a local machine? I followed the doc here: https://docs.python.org/2/install/ to no avail. I tried putting a known working module in the following locations ...
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pysqlite install error on FreeBSD in virtualenv

I am trying to install pysqlite using pip under a virtualenv in FreeBSD 7.3, with Python version 2.6.2. I didn't have any issues for installing other packages like Django, PIL etc. All of them I ...
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why cpulimit makes process STOPPED?

I'm running a python script which uses networkx package to run some algorithms on graphs. the script is import networkx as nx from networkx.algorithms.approximation import clique G = ...
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Need a different header path for compiling

I'm trying to update numpy, a python package, on my fresh install of debian. I have installed from source the latest version of python in /usr/local When trying to update numpy via pip, I get an ...
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Why is the Debian package I've created for a single Python script empty?

I have a quite simple Python project that might be very useful for some people. So I thought about packaging it. The project is called maptool and is a tool that allows people who have Panasonic ...
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E: python-setuptools upgrade fails, apt-get broken

I wanted to install gnome-maps with apt-get, and then I got this error: Preparing to unpack .../python-setuptools_3.4.1-1_all.deb ... Unpacking python-setuptools (3.4.1-1) over (3.3-1) ... dpkg: ...
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What should someone know about using Python scripts in the shell?

I'm wondering what should someone generally know about Python(the interpreter) when using it in the shell in Linux? This is what I have on Gentoo: # ls -al /usr/bin/python*; file /usr/bin/python; ...
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Most accurate disk usage report? [duplicate]

Since disk space is allocated in blocks, is it a more accurate representation of the actual space consumed by a directory to report it in blocks vs bytes? If a file of size 1,025 bytes resides on a ...
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Running python script from terminal without .py extension

I want to call a python script script.py from the terminal by simply typing script. Is this possible? If so, how? I know I can avoid typing python script.py by adding #!/usr/bin/env python to the top ...
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Application lags if started from init.d?

I have a program (pre-compiled binary) that, when started manually on linux, runs fine. It has a CLI that I use to enter commands. This program is a software router, I can connect to it's CLI to ...
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Bare-bones linux? [closed]

I am working on a homemade OS and I was originally going to write it myself in Assembly and Python, but I decided that doing this would just be easier, faster, and more Linux-y. I have the Python part ...
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How to exit out of the shell script successfully so that python subprocess think it is successfull exit? [closed]

Below is my shell script which simply execute a url like this http://example.com:8080/beat and parse the response and verify certain conditions on it. If that condition is met, then exit successfully ...
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Better approach to generating and adding contents to files

I have an input file like below. 1 First one 2 First two 3 First three 3 Second three I am generating 2 output files like below. #FILE1 1 First one 2 First two 3 First three #FILE2 1 ...
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case sensitive substitution; same target ids

I am struggled myself to make a case sensitive replacement in a text file. Please find below a segment of my sed file that I am running as sed -f file.sed < input.txt > output.txt ...
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Replicate a column in a one-line CSV file

I have a file that consists of a single line: a,x,b,c,d,e I want to convert this into a,x,b,x,c,x,d,x,e,x Which is the easiest way to achieve this? A solution based on Python will be most ...
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parse json using python

I have a JSON file members.json as below. { "took": 670, "timed_out": false, "_shards": { "total": 8, "successful": 8, "failed": 0 }, "hits": { "total": 74, ...
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How to compile c, c++ and python code as “Released/Final” version? [closed]

I want to know if there are ways to compile C, C++ and Python code in order to not be able to reverse engineering it over Linux or not? I have heard there are some ways over Windows to do it, but I ...
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How to import screenlets on Python

(I'm using Ubuntu 10.04 with Linux 2.6.32-21-generic #32-Ubuntu SMP Fri Apr 16 08:10:02 UTC 2010 i686) For some reason I had updated some Python files (I'm not able to tell which ones, but it was ...
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Installing cppman

I've tried to install cppman in Fedora 19 or Linux mint 15 and it installs successfully. But when I try to use it I get the error: Python IOError: [Errno 13] Permission denied I've installed it in ...
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How can I rejoin a process running

I am very new to using Linux. I have a 'machine' on Amazon and I was trying to learn how to use Python on this machine. I started running Python—had to step away for a few minutes and the connection ...
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Install wicd on Slackware 14.1

I am trying to install wicd-1.7.2.4 on Slackware 14.1. I couldn't find configure or makefile in wicd-1.7.2.4.tar.gz. Running python setup.py configure (following the INSTALL guide) causes: sh: ...
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Count and merge consecutive patterns

I'm searching for a short snippet to find, count and merge consecutive duplicates using standard tools or a common scripting language. Say our input is: 1 2 2 2 7 22 a b b c c c c c d dd 2 2 c c ...
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FreeBSD Ports Broken — Python Issue? Portmaster -a

Upgraded FreeBSD from 8.2 >> 8.4 >> 10.0-RELEASE today. In the process, I believe I have mangled my ports tree quite badly and am having issues upgrading/reinstalling ports (as the upgrade asks me to ...
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How to install the latest Python version on Debian separately or upgrade?

I'm still new to Linux, so I'm still trying to understand where executables and their libraries are and how to install packages, so I have Debian Wheezy 7.3 which has these Python versions: Python ...
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Piping periodic data between Python scripts

How to receive data from the environment e.g. bash I am trying to launch two Python scripts in bash and pipe stdout from one of them to stdin of the other. The first script outputs a single ...