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    Re: Firefox profile missing after sudo

    aah... I'm an idiot. I did that for the ~/.mozilla/ directory, which didn't fix anything, but running it on home (with an additional -R for recursive) made Firefox work again. So I guess some other...
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    Re: Firefox profile missing after sudo

    I'm saying that when Sage starts, that is scripted to autostart Firefox with root priviliges and it works fine. However, I always shut down Firefox instantly in that case.

    When I try to start...
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    Re: Firefox profile missing after sudo

    I followed the Sage installation instructions, and Sage works great.

    Firefox is the software that is causing problems. And even if I would move Sage somewhere else, or never start it at all, I...
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    Firefox profile missing after sudo

    Here's the thing: I am running Sage (www.sagemath.org) and I installed it under /opt/ where it is run as the root user, and normal users logging on. Sage works great in itself, and when I log on it...
  5. Re: Lost network devices after 12.10 upgrade on Alienware m11x

    I never found a fix for the mentioned situation. Apparently, if the update progress fails, then you are beyond saving.

    However, now that 13.04 is out, I have upgraded and the upgrade solved all my...
  6. Re: Lost network devices after 12.10 upgrade on Alienware m11x

    modprobe says: "FATAL: Module wl not found"

    the stuff suggested in the ask ubuntu page (sudo apt-get install linux linux-headers-generic kernel-package) just returns a lot of "Failed to fetch..."...
  7. Re: Lost network devices after 12.10 upgrade on Alienware m11x

    After a bit of looking around, it seems there is some sort of firmware problem with intel centrino wireless-N 1000? I do not have internet access, so I cannot post output of lcpci etc. But lspci does...
  8. Lost network devices after 12.10 upgrade on Alienware m11x

    I have had 12.10 installed on my Alienware m11x r3 laptop for a while. Works great, after I installed BumbleBee, until today when I did an upgrade.

    I was connected on a wireless network. It was...
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    Re: Trying to find the total time of a program

    You could maybe use the timeit module.

    http://docs.python.org/library/timeit.html

    I know that can be used to see how long it takes to execute one function or a few lines of code. Not sure if...
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    Re: Best format for storing graphs

    Yeah, OK, but what exactly is the data you want to store/transfer? A bitmap of 1/0 (or black/white if you prefer) could represent what you describe, which could be stored in a matrix, but would not...
  11. [SOLVED] Re: Which one is best for beginners to work on GUI ?

    You spelt PySide wrong. PySide is pretty much the same as PyQt4, but it seems that PySide is better implemented for Python 2.x and PyQt4 is better implemented for Python 3.x, although the difference...
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    Re: Best format for storing graphs

    I'd say the answer depends entirely on your actual question.

    I would interpret your question as "what format is best for storing the image output that is displayed on the screen?", in which case...
  13. Thread: quickly GUI

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    Re: quickly GUI

    Actually, I checked it out and there is a guy in the app dev contest who is working on a GUI. Then someone said in the comments that they are also working on a GUI but outside of the contest. So...
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    Re: quickly GUI

    I agree to that one. BUT, since when does a GUI _replace_ the command line in linux apps? Usually, you either get only command line or you get both. So this is not really an argument: having a GUI...
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    quickly GUI

    I use Qt Designer to make my application GUI's. Then I use WingIDE to put the Python code in there. Normally, I never touch the command line when I'm programming (although I'm not exactly a stranger...
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    Re: HOWTO: GIS applications and server software

    I haven't been using any GIS for a long while now. But it should be alright. Check out these links:
    http://hub.qgis.org/projects/quantum-gis/wiki/How_do_I_do_that_in_QGIS
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    [ubuntu] Blueray 3D support?

    I have been trying to search for how well Ubuntu supports Blueray 3D movies, but I can't seem to find anything. I hope this means I'm bad at searching, or that it works so well that no one needs to...
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    Re: Python Qt4: QTimer and Serial = slow GUI ?

    I managed to solve it myself. It had nothing to do with the QTimer.

    Pyserial was set to load with a 1 second timeout, which was default in some example I was looking at. So then it sat there...
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    Python Qt4: QTimer and Serial = slow GUI ?

    I am writing a small piece of software that listens to a serial port and saves communication, if certain requirements of filtering etc are met. I expect to receive serial communication maximum ten...
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    Re: Python GUI builder and IDE

    According to everyone I've found who has said anything about it, Wing IDE has some of the best code completion available for Python. Which means, the IDE should keep track of args etc. So as far as I...
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    Python GUI builder and IDE

    I have finally decided to learn Python programming for real. I have already written a simple script to read from serial ports and save data, just using gedit and a terminal. But now I want to take...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Dump serial ports to text files with timestamp

    chattr +i /dev/ttyS0 gives the following error:
    Operation not supported while reading flags on /dev/ttyS0

    Creating a lock-file with:
    echo 1 > /var/lock/ttyS0
    makes no difference what-so-ever.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Dump serial ports to text files with timestamp

    Again, after googling around, but not having tried it on my linux system because it is unpractical to gain access right now, I may have found a solution (if anyone is interested in this thread, or if...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Dump serial ports to text files with timestamp

    How can you be sure that you won't get one line per character? I don't want to timestamp every character that is transmitted, only full lines that are recieved.

    Since what I have seems to work...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Dump serial ports to text files with timestamp

    This is what I added to rc.local

    cat /dev/ttyS0 | awk '{print strftime("%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S %z"), $0; }' >> /home/user/com1.txt
    cat /dev/ttyS1 | awk '{print strftime("%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S %z"), $0; }'...
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