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Jul
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comment Make PyCrust use Python 3
The only docs I found for PyCrust are very short and don't mention this. My guess is it just runs python. But other programs don't see your aliases. Your alias just makes it so when you type python, it runs python3. If you need to use Python 3, I'd suggest looking for a different IDE, such as PyCharm or PyDev.
Jul
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revised Make PyCrust use Python 3
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Jul
4
revised Where to store shared data in FHS 3.0?
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Jul
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revised Where to store shared data in FHS 3.0?
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Jul
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answered Where to store shared data in FHS 3.0?
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Jun
27
comment Is there a common naming convention for daemon user accounts?
If you think you need more than 900, perhaps you should establish your own convention.
Jun
27
comment Is there a common naming convention for daemon user accounts?
System accounts also should have a shell of /bin/false, /sbin/nologin or similar. But of course that might happen for non-system accounts too.
Jun
26
revised How can I disable selection highlight auto-copying?
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Jun
25
answered Is there a common naming convention for daemon user accounts?
Jun
25
revised What happens if the last process in a namespace exits?
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Jun
24
revised What is the equivalent CentOS for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5?
Red Hat usually refers to the version of Red Hat Linux that existed before Red Hat Enterprise Linux, update to make it less ambiguous
Jun
24
comment Legal status of an embedded Linux case
Only if "they provide the source with the product".
Jun
24
comment Legal status of an embedded Linux case
See section 3. They either have to provide the source with the product, or make it available to "any third party".
Jun
24
answered Legal status of an embedded Linux case
Jun
24
comment How can I give the user sufficient permission to access '/' directory?
The answer depends on why you need this.
Jun
23
comment CVS and pserver
Oh, so you're running CVSNT on CentOS? The name was confusing. :)
Jun
23
comment CVS and pserver
Where are you running cvs login? Is it on the Windows side with cvsnt? Please make it clear which machine you're running each command on.
Jun
23
revised CVS and pserver
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Jun
23
comment Ubuntu 14.04 I can't get SSH tunneling to work with -g switch?
@YitzJacob Please add the netstat command and its output to your question.