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Run a Python script in the background on boot

I recently installed the Google App Engine Development server on my FreeBSD home server to be able to test my GAE app remotely. What I can't figure out is how to run the Python development server as a ...
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The first click on Linux Mint menu does not open it

I noticed that the first click on the menu after rebooting or turning my computer on does not open it, I must click again to actually show it. I use LMDE with MATE. I have followed the instructions I ...
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Why is denyhosts not banning *some* brute force root SSH login attempts?

I recently noticed in my logwatch emails from a couple of servers that although denyhosts was doing its job for some brute force root ssh login attempts others seem to be ignored and continue to ...
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How do I use the Python module “keyboardleds” to determine Caps Lock state?

I want my system to ascertain the state of Caps Lock (is it on or off) by inspecting the keyboard DIRECTLY. After much searching, I understand that this can be done in Python by using the module ...
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python3.4 failed to import gi

I have tried many ways to install gi on my Mint17.02. zen@zen:~ > sudo pip3 install gi zen@zen:~ > sudo python3.4 -m pip install gi Requirement already satisfied (use --upgrade to upgrade): gi ...
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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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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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Running python script, error appears

https://github.com/g-oikonomou/sensniff/blob/master/host/sensniff.py The link above refers to a python script that is to be run on Ubuntu. When I run the script, the following error appears on the ...
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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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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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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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CentOs7 Python 3.4 Install Method

This post relates to this question where I was asked to explain how I installed python3 on my system. I was attempting to install python3 on my system for development purposes. Something went wrong ...
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CentOs 7 Python Issue “-bash: python: command not found”

I asked this at stackoverflow, but just realized it might be best here. If I need to delete it over there or should not have posted here, please let me know. I am still new to this site. Thanks in ...
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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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Receiving “Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages.” after trying to install python -setuptools and python-pip

I ran "sudo apt-get install python-setuptools python-pip" but I received: Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done Some packages could not be ...
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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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about executing a python program in a shell script which is scheduled on crontab

i have a problem with regards on crontab. I have a script named checker.sh and i want to schedule it that would run every minute: * * * * * sh /home/pi/checker.sh so i have the script here: the ...
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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 ...
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How do I make Python plugins work in Pluma?

I'm trying to add the Python plugin trailsave to the text editor Pluma* (which is a Gedit fork) but the plugin doesn't show up in the "Active plugins" list in the Pluma preferences. Also, I have ...
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setting up pycurl for embedded ARM

I am working on a linux x86_64 machine, and I am trying to set up pycurl for an embedded ARM processor running petalinux. I need pycurl library before building the embedded linux image. I have ...
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Passing a parameter to a dstat plugin

I wrote a simple plugin (dstat_externalBackup.py) for dstat to monitor the filesystem free space and placed it in /usr/share/dstat and it works as intended. € dstat --externalBackup 3600 extern free ...
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Installing VIM with Python support locally without sudo

I'm trying to install VIM with Python support on Linux without sudo, but for some reason VIM always gets installed without python ( -python in vim --version ) I first installed Python locally by ...
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Filter packets by mac address and “EAP” in scapy

Is there a way to filter packets by mac address and "EAP" protocol using scapy in python? this is my sniff command line: sniff(iface="mon0",prn=lambda x: x.summary())
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Process Being Killed due to low swap

I'm running a python (2.7) script on mac osx yosemite. The script is fairly computationally intensive, certainly bumping up against my machine's RAM limitations. The computer crashes and restarts ...
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How to run specific architecture (32/64) of Python in Centos6 when both are installed?

I have a Centos 6.6 Docker image being used for an automated build. It has the default x64 Python 2.6.6 installed. I need to run some things in a 32-bit Python environment. I snagged the ...
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Profiling memory, disk, cpu, and time from python

I have a workflow, implemented in python, and I would like to profile memory, disk (IO), cpu, and time information in python in an unobtrusive manner. This is NOT a question of profiling code, but ...
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Lots of unmet dependencies while updating Python

It was suggested that I uninstall and reinstall Python, so I deleted every directed labeled python until 'which python' and 'which python3.4' didn't show anything. Then I did apt-get remove python ...
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How to monitor the integrity of a script that is running?

I want to make sure a running python script was not modified accidentally by some other process (or cosmic ray, or unexpected developer update). I've heard of comparing a checksum of the script (e.g. ...
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Pyajam in debian 7

I'm trying to make the installation package python Pyajam I tried to install for pip, I received an error 4Suite-XML package $ pip install Pyajam Installing collected packages: pyajam, 4Suite-XML ...
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Startup commands in /etc/rc.local won't work

I have a Python program and an nginx/uwsgi/django web setup. I want the program to start with the system, as well as the web server. Here's my /etc/rc.local: crawler_dir=/home/mohammed/git/crawler ...
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Hotmail not receiving emails from a script, but works from the server

I have a working mail server running Debian stable, the following elements are working. SPF DKIM rDNS My IP is not listed in any backlist, I used: mxtoolbox.com for all this. My problem: Sending ...
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Sage Math browser interface not working

I wanted to try Sage Math as a free alternative to MatLab. I installed it from AUR, and it works in terminal, but I can't access it via the browser. I tried to Google it, but had no luck. ~> sage ...
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Error importing lxml package python in Ubuntu

When I try importing lxml package in python I am receiving the following error. Traceback (most recent call last): File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module> File ...
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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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calling script from perl/python/ruby and retrieving output [closed]

I inherited a tcsh "master" script that works and extracts lines from files with data with using 'zcat' piped to 'grep' and some other commands/scripts. The extracted lines contain numbers . It is ...
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Archlinux proper PKGBUILD: Python executable error

In a previous question, I asked about how to write a PKGBUILD to install a binary .deb package. The solution was to extract the contents of the .deb and copy the data to the archlinux package ...
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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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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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'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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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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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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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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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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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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Cygwin DenyHosts daemon-control file: no such file or directory error

I have been trying to figure out this error and searched everywhere with no luck. I have installed DenyHosts on Cygwin and also the DenyHosts daemon but when I try to start the daemon by typing: ...
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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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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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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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Modifying installation directories for Python versions

I am groping towards having a documented and ideal environment for me to develop in Python. I am going to utilize virtualenv to do so. I know that I can pass the python version as an argument to ...