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    Re: Packaging Python Programs

    For those coming to this thread through Google, I've found this resource useful: Packaging Guide for Python Programs.
  2. Re: Help Wanted! - Making a Gunbound-like game for Linux. Wanna help? :D

    Go iteam, go!
  3. Thread: Login picture

    by Jadd
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    [ubuntu] Re: Login picture

    Wow, that's proof that the [ubuntu] tag is useless! I wish they would just get rid of it, it's not that helpful, makes titles hard to read, and makes my google search results ugly.
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    [ubuntu] Re: NO offence but come on

    NO offence but come on
    What kind of thread title is that?
    NO offence but come on
    Please, if you want help, stick to some simple rules, such as descriptive thread titles.
  5. Re: One of Linux's biggest lessons: Don't preach, mention

    This is very true. I found out too late. I had decided that Ubuntu had too many hassles for me to recommend it to people (unless it's preinstalled), but I mentioned it every now and then. Two of my...
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    [ubuntu] Re: no headphone sound, what are channels?

    bump
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    bash single quotes

    I just discovered that bash uses single quotes to preserve the literal value of a string (including spaces and stuff). The only problem with that is when your filename includes single quotes, but I...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to install a .tar.gz ?

    Which program are you trying to install?
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    Re: Automatic backslash escape sequences?

    Brilliant! That -- trick is just what I need.
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    Re: Automatic backslash escape sequences?

    I just came accross an issue with this solution.
    Running this command in a terminal will give an error:

    gksu gedit --new-window new\ file.txt
    The solution of course is:

    gksu "gedit...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to install a .tar.gz ?

    Try to use .deb s in the future, they're much easier to install. Here's a link to How to install anything in Ubuntu.
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    Re: Automatic backslash escape sequences?

    Thanks, that's exactly what I need.
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    Re: Automatic backslash escape sequences?

    Thanks, but I was hoping for something that I could use in general, not just for mkdir. I'd like to do

    subprocess.call("randomcommand %s" % transform(filename), shell=True)
    where transform is the...
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    [SOLVED] Automatic backslash escape sequences?

    When coding in python, I frequently write lines similar to these:

    import subprocess
    # filename is a previously assigned string variable
    subprocess.call("mkdir -p %s" % filename, shell=True)
    ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: 8.04 Hardy & Music Recording

    LMMS doesn't require JACK.
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    [ubuntu] Re: no headphone sound, what are channels?

    bump
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    Re: Natural ubuntu wallpaper pack

    Try looking at ubuntu-art.org
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    Re: Making a deb from python distutils project

    I've been studying wine-door's debian package and it incloded some .pyc files, but not for every .py file, so I've concluded it doesn't really matter.
    This webpage also helped me:
    Compiling python...
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    How do you debug pygtk code?

    What's the best way to debug pygtk code? In general, how would you do it?

    I often get crashes when running various pygtk apps, giving me no error codes, or else output like this:

    python:...
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    Re: Making a deb from python distutils project

    bump
  21. [ubuntu] Re: What's going on with Today's Hardy's Partial Upgrade error?

    I got the same error today, but I presumed it was because I had Hardy proposed updates enabled.
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    Re: How do you like the prefixes?

    Thanks, just for giving me hope.
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    Poll: Re: Do you find prefixes like [ubuntu] useful?

    Strange, when I did a search on it, I didn't find anything.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Hardy Lockups/Kernel upgrade

    I had a similar problem and it was caused by a bad wireless card driver.
    Try disabling wireless by right-clicking on the network manager's icon in the upper right hand corner of the screen, and...
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    Poll: Re: Do you find prefixes like [ubuntu] useful?

    Would you find a suffix equivalent?
    I personally wouldn't mind prefixes as much if they didn't appear before the title of the thread, and if they didn't show up in the Google search results.
    But...
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