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Offlineimap unknown SSL protocol error

I am using offlineimap to fetch mail from several IMAP servers. This used to work but today offlineimap has been unable to fetch mail, producing the following errors: *** Processing account example ...
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Upgrade python from 2.4 to 2.6 on RHEL 5.7

Currently We have 2.4.3-56.el5 version of python installed on RHEL 5.7. Need to install nodejs for which the python version should be upgraded to python26. I have downloaded the below rpms: ...
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How to execute python script on Visual studio / Other Editor with Linux environment

as all know it is impossible to write long python script directly on Linux machine with vi editor so we use (win editor) tools as visual studio / Pycharm and so on .... so my question is how to ...
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Continuum Anaconda Fedora 22 Linux path

After an update to Windows 10 I encounter problems in my dual boot system so I had to re-install Fedora 22. So, starting with a fresh system I re-installed my work environment. The one installation ...
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How to add entry for bootable external drive partition to internal bootloader?

I created a bootable partion on a Toshiba Canvio 2 for LinuxMint, leaving one other partition of same size for possibly another install in the future and the rest of the drive is for storage and back ...
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How to build openssl with clang(rather than gcc) on a FreeBSD machine?

I have a 64 bit FreeBSD build machine. I need to add https support in my python3 application code. For that it is advised to build/compile python with openssl support. I do not need any gcc dependency ...
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Loop over columns and store values to associative arrays

I've got a text file containing two columns, like so: 26 0.000342231 27 0.000342231 28 0.000684463 29 0.00136893 30 0.00102669 31 0.00308008 32 0.00308008 33 0.00444901 34 0.00718686 35 0.00718686 36 ...
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How do I circumvent or gain root priviliges for pacman with PyDev?

I have downloaded and forked a project that I like to tinker with in Eclipse using PyDev. However, this project makes use of the package manager pacman that installs and uninstalls packages and needs ...
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Python processes appearing and disappearing in top

I concurrently launched around 12 Python scripts on a 24-core server (Ubuntu 14.04 LTS x64). Each of Python script takes around one hour to complete. I see in top that they appear quite sporadically, ...
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Centos 7.1.1503 no longer has some static libs that python packages assume are present

I ran repoquery -ql readline-devel and it revealed that only various .so libs are a part of this repository. /usr/include/readline /usr/include/readline/chardefs.h /usr/include/readline/history.h ...
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'ImportError: No module named _struct' error when managing packages

I'm running elementary OS 0.2 (based on Ubuntu 12.04) and starting today I'm seeing a weird error when attempting to install/upgrade packages. Just now for example I did a: sudo apt-get update ...
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I want to recompile a package with python3

I need to recompile a package on slackware using python3 instead python2.7 I have tried to set a link python3->python but doesn't work. This is the slackbuild wich i use
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How do I correct the path for pip?

I'm trying to get pip to point to a different install rather than the default. It is currently pointing to /usr/bin/pip, but I want it to point to /usr/local/bin/pip. I believe I have the path set ...
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Zenoss pythonThresholdException error

Zenoss query here, first things first: I have a CentOS 5.6 virtual server hosting Zenoss 4.2.5 and I am experienced no compatibility issues with this so far - it does everything I need. The problem ...
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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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How do I make Kate indent with spaces on Python files but use tabs for text files and other files?

My goal is to set Kate up to work properly on Python files but to use different settings (tabs not spaces) on other documents. I'm sure others are doing this, but I can't figure out a convenient ...
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How do I make a python daemon run at bootup?

I am writing a Python program that will act as a custom converter for a hardware application for me on the raspberry pi. I have written python code to act as a daemon, but how do I go about making it ...
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LSF bsub implimentation of LUT

We have an implementation of LSF (bsub) on our HPC system. I want to run a model several times with various input parameters. I will have a table either csv or other format with the required ...
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Warnings when opening programs via Python subprocess calls

I am attempting to open an image and a text file that my Python (3.3.2) program is creating (the files are created without issue). The last two lines of the program are: subprocess.call(['leafpad', ...
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Installing python on CentOS

I am unable to digest the fact that Linux CentOS requires users to do so much just for installing Python. It was so easy installing python on Ubuntu. Also since CentOS comes with python2.5 it leads ...
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Python 2.7.10 on centos 6.6 but no IDLE

I installed Python 2.7.10 on my Centos 6.6 32 bit laptop but when I type IDLE at the prompt I get this [sinux1@horriblehost ~]$ idle ** IDLE can't import Tkinter. Your Python may not be configured ...
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Can I execute a script before every login

I am planning to have a program that will need to connect to a server. I'd like to be able to send a encrypted password to my server. The thing is, I need my decrypting script to be executed ...
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Python feature disabled vim-nox

I have installed vim-nox version 7.4 package in my Debian Wheezy machine from backports. I am confused that the python feature still does not work as shown from vim --version command as -python as ...
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Multicast UDP not working

Multicast UDP on raspberry pi I haven't narrowed things down enough to know if my issue is because of debian, raspbian specifically, or if I am just missing a something completely. I have a python ...
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One liner to enable some SCLs and a python virtual environment?

I'm writing a python 3.4 app on a centos box. Normally, when I have to reset my tmux session, such as after a reboot I do the following: [zippy@localhost ~]$ scl enable rh-python34 httpd24 bash ...
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Stat with Python about line count of 2-bits [closed]

Pseudocode to get amount of lines for 2-bit system (2*30=60): python -c "from math import ceil; print ceil(`stat --printf="%s/30"`/500.0)"; but I would like to really run similar stat command ...
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python && unix permissions (gitlab) [closed]

I have directory /home/git/repositories with rights 770 and uid=git,gid=git user1@gitserver:~$ ls -la /home/git/ | grep repo drwxrws--- 42 git git 4096 Jun 30 17:02 repositories I have user ...
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how to replace a sed/perl expression (change and print only matched line) with a python expression?

I have asked this question to learn how perl could replace sed. Now I want to know how the following commands (which do the same thing) would look like for python: sed -n ...
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How do I prevent the Keyboard Interrupt from being sent through the Screen program

I am making a python program, whose output (not input) can be viewed via the screen program. However, the problem is that doing this allows the user to turn off the program via the Keyboard Interrupt ...
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How can I make a bash script that determines if a program is already running

There is a python program I am making, and I am planning to have it launch via a bash script. However the program acts badly when the computer tries to launch it twice. Since I really only need this ...
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avconv/ffmpeg output through /dev/ttyAMA0

I tried to pipe streaming video from video4linux2 webcam connected to a Raspberry Pi through /dev/ttyAMA0 to a computer using an Arduino as a intermediary. First of all, is it possible? Because I was ...
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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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Compiling Python 2.7.10 Error

I want to add Python 2.7 to my Unix. I downloaded the sources to the VirtualBox on which the Unix is installed and run ./configure --prefix=/usr \ --enable-shared \ ...
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RewriteRule ^/(.*) http://127.0.0.1:5050/$1 [L,P]

What is the full meaning of following line - RewriteRule ^/(.*) http://127.0.0.1:5050/$1 [L,P] There are three application both running by python on ubuntu 14.4. they are visible as below link ...
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ImportError: No module named gtkmozembed (Fedora)

I am trying to run this python script https://github.com/coderholic/PyWebShot but I am using Fedora (20) and I do not know how to get module gtkmozembed. Yum provides and yum search do not help me. ...
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Make PyCrust use Python 3

I make successfully python 3.2.3 by opening it through terminal, I make it by alias python="python3" But when I open the PyCrust IDE, it opens up with Python 2.7.3, not 3.2.3. How can I make ...
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How to copy rows of different files and paste column-wise?

I want to create a new file by copying rows of each file and pasting columnwise according to their file name orders. Here is the sample input and required output files below. file1.txt 1234 5678 ...
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Distributions that only ships Python 3.X

Is it possible currently? I tried to remove python in Fedora 19 but yum depends on it.
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Python output in XML format

I have a python script which compare IP list with IP Database and gives output of matching criteria. (I got the script from this forum). convert.py #!/usr/bin/python import socket,struct ...
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apt-get without sudo?

I am trying to install YouCompleteMe (YCM) on my user account on a Debian machine. The installation guide says we need python-dev for YCM to work: sudo apt-get install python-dev My question is: ...
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How do I get the output of a program already running?

I have a python program that outputs to stdout and a log file. However, the person I am making this for wants to know if I can set it up so that he can see the output of the file, while it is ...
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Failed installation 32-bit python on 64-bit Linux Mint

I basically have two questions: How do you install 32-bit Python alongside 64-bit Python on linux? How do I fix my broken system from the failed attempt below? I just tried to install a 32-bit ...
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How do I program Python so that it outputs to all terminals in Linux

I am programming a python program for the raspberry pi. Is there a way for me so that when the raspberry pi outputs text, it will show up on all terminals that are currently remotely logged in via ...
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Virtualenv creation seems to do nothing

I have a problem setting up a Virtualenv on my web host server (to install python modules later on) So far I tried this (over SSH): wget ...
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How to append to an environment variable using an .env file?

Assuming the .env file is loaded before execution, how can you append to it without overriding it? DEBUG=True FOO=BAR PYTHONPATH="/Users/James/project/" The above file would (?) override it, and ...
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calculate numbers on end and merge to one line

So in a file i have lines like these: thisdata:thisother:1337 thisdata:thisother:1800 thisdata:thisother:1500 thisdata:thisother:46984 I would like to output: thisdata:thisother:51621 for all ...
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Cron Job to Keep Daemon Running?

let us suppose I have a cron job like this: */15 * * * * /path/to/thedaemon The daemon (it being a python daemon via from daemon import runner) will not allow multiple instances of itself, which in ...
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Ran into a problem running Bpython

I used the sudo apt-get install bpython command to install bpython. Now when I type bpython, I get an error: Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/bin/bpython", line 5, in <module> from ...
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How the Python suffixes obtained by imp.get_suffixes() are set (in particular in Debian Jessie)?

The command python -c "import imp; print(imp.get_suffixes())" prints a list of tuples with suffixes used when importing modules (see the doc of imp.get_suffixes). Usually it is simply: [('.so', ...
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Setup SSH tunnel on existing connection from script

I want to establish an SSH tunnel on an existing connection. The tricky part is doing it from a script (a custom shell I need to allow users only some specific things, like setting up this tunnel). ...