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  1. Thread: Java headache

    by Miyavix3
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    [xubuntu] Re: Java headache

    It sounds like your path variable is set to openJDK.

    check to see if you have java installed. (probably in your /usr/jre* folder)

    If you do, you can add /usr/jre*/bin to your path variable or I...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Installing JAVA 6

    Identify your architecture (32bit or 64bit), then download.

    http://www.java.com/en/download/linux_manual.jsp?locale=en&host=www.java.com

    When I say <TAB> I mean press the tab button

    Open up...
  3. [SOLVED] Re: SendKeys in bash or any other programming language

    Solved

    For key-pressing automation, install a package called xautomation.

    In that package is a util called xte.

    usage:
    xte "str this will be a message sent to a window in focus" "key Return"
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    [SOLVED] Re: Help with Zenity in Python

    You could always use a string formatter.



    import os
    var = "This is an info box"
    os.system("zenity --info --text=%s" %(var))


    Seems a little bit easier.
  5. [SOLVED] SendKeys in bash or any other programming language

    I'm making a bash script and I have it all complete except for one thing.

    I need to take a string and some key events like {ESC} and {ENTER}, and send them to a different window, that already has...
  6. Thread: IDE for C++

    by Miyavix3
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    Re: IDE for C++

    If you haven't tried Geany yet, give it a try. It supports code snippets which I find to be super useful. It makes doing homework in Java much more bearable. :p
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    Re: Import libraries (Python)

    http://effbot.org/zone/import-confusion.htm

    Read the above.
    If you don't have the libraries installed, then you will have to download them from the repositories or manually install them from...
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    Re: Python and Gui

    It's best to learn how to do it manually so you know how to connect events and everything. That being said, Glade is a pretty popular gui development tool. I'm sure you can find tutorials on youtube....
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    [ubuntu] Re: Mounting various devices

    I'm not sure you can directly mount storage devices directly on /media.
    Make a folder inside /media

    Then mount at /media/folder:

    sudo mount -t ntfs dev/sda3 /media/folder

    If you have any...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Any alternate for "C"?

    +1 for Geany.

    It's small, fast, supports snippets/code completion/word completion and has syntax highlighting for a number of languages. But mostly every programming editor has syntax highlighting...
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    Re: Which Linux is best for REALLY old computer?

    Yes! I couldn't remember the name before. Thank you.
  12. Thread: No Background

    by Miyavix3
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    [all variants] Re: No Background

    Try this:

    Press Alt+F2, and type in gconf-editor (or run from the terminal)

    Look at my screen shot, and navigate to that subfolder
    [ desktop > gnome > background ]

    Check to see if...
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    Re: Which Linux is best for REALLY old computer?

    What is your experience with configuring things on Linux? Requirements are mostly dependent on window manages and/or desktop environments.

    If you feel comfortable with a moderate amount of...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Bash Script Help (simple)

    If you wrote it in python it would look something like this...



    from os import system
    x = system("ls | grep "string")
    if x != "":
    print x
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    [ubuntu] Re: How do I add to Applications>Games?

    The program to edit gnome menus is called alacarte.

    Run it through the terminal for any error messages that may not show up otherwise.

    If you need root, use sudo.
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    Re: Beginning Programming

    Personal opinion: Python

    Just because it enforces 'good programming' by implementing force indentations.

    I learned python first, and for any other language I felt the need to indent properly as...
  17. Re: Python: How to input multiple variables in a single line?

    Scanf just lets someone input on 3 different lines, correct?


    a, b, c = raw_input(), raw_input(), raw_input()


    Change the raw_input() to input() or int(raw_input()) if you need.

    You can...
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    [other] Re: Search for an exact string in a Terminal

    You can possibly use grep for what you need. It's a regular expression program.

    You can do

    man grep

    or look up guides on the web.


    But this is how you normally would use it:
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    [SOLVED] Re: Editing .bash_profile

    To be honest, it's nicer to have a separate file for aliases.

    First type
    gedit .bashrc
    so we can add these lines:


    if [ -f ~/.bash_alias ]; then
    . ~/.bash_alias
    fi
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    [ubuntu] Re: 8gb Flash Drive stuck at 3.8gb Capacity

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File_Allocation_Table

    As you can see, the max file space is 4GB. So we can assume that your flash drive got formatted to FAT.

    Reformat to FAT32 (or FAT16 if you...
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    [ubuntu] Re: 10.04 not 'seeing' my USB Stick

    Try using this command:

    sudo fdisk -l

    Look for something that resembles the size of your flash drive.
    If you're feeling iffy about it, then post the results of fdisk -l in this thread.
    ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Install Vista fonts into Ubuntu

    Can't you just double click the font files (from your ntfs partition) and have it install through fonty python?

    Of course, this is only if you want to install a few, or a few at a time.
  23. Re: [Python] Do I have any chance of making it in a repository?

    I'm also working on a program that takes files off of your iPod and renames them so they're not random letters and sorts them accordingly.

    Would anyone be interested in helping me out with this?
  24. Re: [Python] Do I have any chance of making it in a repository?

    Thank you everyone for your kind remarks.

    You see, I layed the basic foundation out and put it into practice but I figure this use of regular expressions and a simple python script can be super...
  25. [Python] Do I have any chance of making it in a repository?

    http://code.google.com/p/tabremover/

    I thought it was a pretty good idea at the time, but after making it I'm having second thoughts.

    Basically it replaces tabs in source code (or any text...
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