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Running Python script over multiple directories and multiple files

Here is my command line for python: python script.py -a .faa -n .fna I have a directory containing multiple directories. Out of these multiple directories, there could be 1 or more folders. In ...
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lxml with custom install location for libxml2/libxslt doesn't find correct location

I am using CentOS 6.5 and want to use newer versions of Python, lxml, libxml2 and libxslt2 than what's available from the repos. So I build libxml2, libxslt2 and python 2.7.8 from scratch, and add ...
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Install `mpl_toolkit.basemap` on RedHat without compiling from source

I need to install matplotlib and mpl_toolkit.basemap on a RedHat machine. matplotlib is already installed but for mpl_toolkit.basemap the only way I could find was to download the source and compile ...
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Updating data sets from Online databases/Webservice

I want to have an idea as to how to update the data regularly from the source, if its stored locally in your server or local machine.Lets say MySQL database. Source:It will be a webservice data ...
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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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untar specific file to present date in linux [closed]

I am using Centos and I am installing one Debian application with multiple-instance. I have created 3 multiple-instance successfully and it is running good. Because of Debian application, the ...
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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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subversion not working with pycharm

In pycharm, there is an option to upload changes to a remote svn repository. However, it does not ask for password. How do I provide it?
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Python failing to import winregistry

I'm trying to use secretsdump.py, which relies on winregistry.py. The error I'm getting is: Traceback (most recent call last): File "secretsdump.py", line 41, in <module> from impacket ...
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How can I recover deleted data from a partition [closed]

I want to recover deleted data from a partition with the help of a Python program. I know that on deletion, only the inode information of that file is deleted, but the bits are not overwritten by ...
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How to change my script to replace and add new variable in a configuration?

Well this is my script. It is to configure my systems sysctl.conf. infile = open('sysctl.conf') outfile = open('sysctl.conf.new', 'w') replacements = {'Net.ipv4.icmp_echo_ignore_all' :'1', ...
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“make test” failed while compiling Python

I compiled Python 3.4.1 on an emulated Debian 7 ARM system. make test failed on test_multiprocessing_fork: FAIL: test_semaphore_tracker (test.test_multiprocessing_fork.TestSemaphoreTracker) ...
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Tilling window manager written in Python

Is there any tiling manager like XMonad but written with Python? I think Haskell was too hard for me. But I know python a little.
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add groups from external file

I want to write a script which add groups to the system, specified in groups.txt file. content of groups.txt : group01 : computer group02 : electronics group03 : IT . ...
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Grepping a variable

I've written a simple init script to start and stop a Python script as a service. I have to be explicit about the version of Python I'm running, because this is on a CentOS 5 box with Python 2.4 & ...
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'altinstall' python-devel; can't install psycopg2 on centos

I installed python2.7 on my centos 2.6.32-431.17.1.el6.x86_64 following these directions: http://toomuchdata.com/2014/02/16/how-to-install-python-on-centos/ #after the yum stuff... # Python ...
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Python compile error on openSUSE: no module named wx

I'm new to Linux. After installing openSUSE I'm trying to make my VPN software running. I've followed the site's direction: Unpack the general package [Other / Source code], install OpenVPN and ...
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how to read and modify fstab in python?

I want to automatically configure my fstab in python by running a script. I thought of using ConfigParser in python, but I am unable to use it properly.
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How to execute this particular shell command from Python?

OK, so, I have this non-functional shell script, which I am rewriting piece by piece in python, except I am getting an "unexpected "|" error" from the shell (see below): #/bin/sh LINES=`cat $@ | wc ...
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Convert xml subtitle file to srt format

I have a xml subtitle that looks like this: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?><transcript> <Item from="1.16" duration="4.68"><![CDATA[(Dong-hyuk is coming to see you now.) ...
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Do all Linux processes write EOF to stdout when they are terminating/have finished terminating?

I'm having trouble with sending shutdown -h 0 to a lxc Debian container (i.e. executing this command in the lxc) with with the python pexpect module (in a python script). In this module the user can ...
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Unable to access CentOS setup Network Configuration after attempting Python update

I attempted to update Python on my CentOS 5.6 VM and have encountered some issues afterward. Initially, yum wouldn't work, but I have resolved that. However, now I am unable to access the Network ...
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Identify python script is waiting for a manual input

I'm writing a shell script which executes a Python script. The Python script halts for a manual enter to be provided. However, I don't wan't to have to press enter each time to the script. Instead, I ...
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Adding ALSA module in Python in Linux

I have recently started working in linux, I wanted to to add ALSA module in my Python. I have used this, sudo apt-get install libasound2-dev After that I've installed pyalsa package, pyalsa ...
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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 ...