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    Re: Is Python really weak in GUI design?

    I'm shocked. With python you have several possibilities when it comes to GUI design. wxPython, pyGTK, Tkinter, QT too name the most common. I for one have developed GUIs in both wxPython, using...
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    Re: pyCracker - A GUI for aircrack-ng suit!

    Hi all,

    I do apolagize in advance if bringing up this old thread is against the forums policies.

    I just want to say that the work on pyCracker, obviously, stopped in May 2009 because of...
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    Re: pyCracker - A GUI for aircrack-ng suit!

    In not sure myself :)

    Try wlanconfig manually from terminal, then report back the result.
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    Re: pyCracker - A GUI for aircrack-ng suit!

    Glade3.



    Thanks, I'll just release it whenever it's usable, but I hope you test it then.
  5. Re: wxPython - Set up events/handlers with less coding?

    Ye, here is a discussion I started a long time ago:
    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1000790

    Notice in last post, using



    event.GetEventObject().GetId()
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    Re: what programming language to learn next?

    I'm a Python fanboy, I suggest Python.
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    [ubuntu] Re: 9.04 slower than 8.10 ?

    Please explain further. Just because you are having trouble doesn't mean everyone else will have them too.
  8. [ubuntu] Re: Wireless networks detected from Live cd , but fails to detect after installation

    It might be the cause, not sure though. And I have no experience with Wubi installs what so ever. To check if there are any interfaces up you simply use the command "iwconfig" in terminal.
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    [ubuntu] Re: wireless

    Yep, good luck to you
  10. Re: wxPython - Set up events/handlers with less coding?

    I also think I once connected all button events to 1 handler like this:



    wx.Bind(wx.EVT_BUTTON, Handler)
  11. [ubuntu] Re: Wireless networks detected from Live cd , but fails to detect after installation

    Okay, this sounds like a weird bug which maybe should be filed to devs directly, I have no clue why this happens to you.

    Are there even any interfaces up? Have you tried using network manager to...
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    [kubuntu] Re: resolution issue

    Okay, then that obviously had no effect. Configuring xorg.conf manually is tricky business.
  13. [ubuntu] Re: Wireless networks detected from Live cd , but fails to detect after installation

    System > Administration > Hardware Drivers

    Try enabling proprietary drivers.
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    [kubuntu] Re: resolution issue

    Sounds too me like the exact problem I had. My monitor isn't recognised so I have to manually edit xorg.conf to get 1280x800 for my laptop, this is what I did. Are you sure you edited and saved...
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    [ubuntu] Re: wireless

    Yes, have you tried connecting to same router using a Windows machine? Do you know FOR SURE, that the router is working? I'm just trying to rule out what might be the problem here. If you type in the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: wireless

    You are not making too much sense.

    If no connection was made and you typed the correct password trying to connect to correct connection, it's probably a driver problem of some sort. Could you...
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    [ubuntu] Re: wireless

    And when that stopped did you get a message? Do you have internet connection now?
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    [ubuntu] Re: wireless

    sound like it, is your wireless router showing there? Click on it
  19. Thread: noob question

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    Re: noob question

    I'll have 2 of whatever you're taking
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    [ubuntu] Re: wireless

    Do you know how to use the terminal?

    From menu Programs > Accessories > Terminal

    Type "iwconfig" and print the output here.
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    Re: Set me a python task...motivate me

    I love network programming so I've made tons of server/client chat programs including IRC clients and such. Making an IRC client is insanely fun, either an full blown GUI IRC client or just an...
  22. Re: Making an aimbot for fps games with OpenCV, possible?

    I made a pixelbot for 2d games in visual basic.net - it captured output of an firefox window (web game) and scanned for different colors and such, worked pretty well.

    What you are trying is...
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    [ubuntu] Re: wireless

    Those who read this are also lost...

    First show output of "iwconfig" to check if there are any interfaces at all. The problem could be anything based on what you tell us.
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    [kubuntu] Re: resolution issue

    Did you try it with different resolutions? Just to check if anything at all happens? I'm really not an expert on this, but this is what I do to get my resolution correct :)
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    [kubuntu] Re: resolution issue

    Always backup xorg.conf before editing it. Here is a small clue on how to get things working (I'm not saying this will fix it):



    Section "Screen"
    Identifier "Default Screen"...
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