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    Re: Suggestion instead of closing threads

    Anyway, in my experience with forums (I've used forums a lot, and run some), this scenario shouldn't provide lots of work for moderators, because most of the new posts in situations without closed...
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    Suggestion instead of closing threads

    Suggestion:

    Instead of closing threads routinely, why don't we just make it so commenting doesn't bump them, and make it so comments (only on old, unbumpable threads) have to be approved? That...
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    [xubuntu] Re: Image labeling software

    Thank you for all the help, everyone! That's awesome. :)
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    [xubuntu] Image labeling software

    I've got a whole bunch of old pictures that I scanned. I would like to label them somehow (like who is who in each picture, where/when it is and such, without making an enormous file name).

    So,...
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    Re: bash script : read xinput, disable touchpad

    Yes, schragge, thank you for the code. It works. I don't use the last line, though.
  6. [SOLVED] Re: Find/[delete] all word processing files matching the criteria

    Here's an updated version that doesn't allow for command-line arguments, but does allow for relative paths and moving files instead of deleting them. It will prompt you to create the destination...
  7. [SOLVED] Find/[delete] all word processing files matching the criteria

    I just wrote a command-line Python program for searching all of the word processing files (doc, docx and odt) in a directory for a word or phrase. It also allows you optionally to delete the matches....
  8. [SOLVED] Python: Potentially nested looping input-type statement in GUI

    I just figured out a way to make something similar to an input statement (raw_input in Python 2.x) that you can use inside a GUI. So, I thought I would share.

    For those who aren't aware—normally,...
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    Re: Python gpgme: "gpg -c"

    Okay, so far, I've figured out this, for pygpgme:

    gpgme.Context.encrypt(gpgme.Context(), None, ?, ?, ?)

    The first parameter is a Context object. The second needs to be None, if you want...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Flickering on every action in SciTE

    Yep. SciTE flickers for me. Changing my Nvidia driver changes the way and speed with which it flickers, but it flickers all the same (even with the open source non-proprietary driver). However, the...
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    Re: Python gpgme: "gpg -c"

    I found the following link (initiallly from another website that didn't give the source code, but I contacted the owner and got this URL):
    https://bitbucket.org/brendanlong/python-encryption

    You...
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    Re: Python gpgme: "gpg -c"

    http://pythonhosted.org/pyskein/threefish.html

    The above link may address my needs. Ack. I guess that's for Python 3. I'm using 2.x. I may be able to figure out the pygpgme way soon.
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    Python gpgme: "gpg -c"

    With GNU Privacy Guard, you can type


    gpg -c myFile


    from the command-line. Then, it prompts you for a passphrase and creates a gpg file. To decrypt the file, you can type:


    gpg myFile.gpg
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    [SOLVED] Number inheritance

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    Python and cloud services

    I'm wanting to do something that in theory should be rather simple. I want to be able to download and upload/replace files to/from cloud services through Python, particularly Ubuntu One, but others...
  16. Python regex; operations within found range of text

    I'm using regular expressions within Python.

    What I'm wanting to do is find all the text between two special characters (it could be pages) and then perform a second separate regular expression...
  17. [SOLVED] Re: Python regular expressions; en dashes between number ranges

    Miraculously, I solved the poetry problem like this (works perfectly, except that I need to distinguish between poetry and letters now so as to leave the line breaks out on letters):



    ...
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    Re: kindle app for linux

    Winetricks should have the Windows Kindle App functional with Ubuntu. However, the Kindle Cloud Reader is probably a whole lot better. You can read books offline with the Kindle Cloud Reader....
  19. [SOLVED] Re: Python regular expressions; en dashes between number ranges

    Just so you all know, you've helped me to learn about regular expressions, and I know how to use them now. Thanks!
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    [xubuntu] ADF Scanner suggestions?

    Anyone have any good ADF (automatic document feeder) scanner suggestions for Linux? I'm using Xubuntu 13.04, 64-bit.

    I have a suitcase full of papers that I need to scan, and I figure it'll be...
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    Python interpreter coding?

    # -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

    The above is a line of code I like to put in most of my Python scripts. This makes everything work as if it's UTF-8 without having to go through lots of coding differences...
  22. [SOLVED] Re: Python regular expressions; en dashes between number ranges

    You guys are awesome! schragge's code works perfectly. This will save me lots of time. It helps to give me a starting point on beginning to use regular expressions, too.

    I tested my program for...
  23. [ubuntu] Re: Error Message on startup "KVM DISABLED BY BIOS" 12.10

    Or, more specifically, if I'm not consciously wanting or trying to have a virual machine running some other OS, is there any danger or disadvantage to enabling virtualization in the BIOS? My sole...
  24. [ubuntu] Re: Error Message on startup "KVM DISABLED BY BIOS" 12.10

    I have no idea what that means. I'm just a regular desktop user, as far as my post here is concerned. I've never consciously used any form of virtualization besides VirtualBox, to my knowledge.
  25. [ubuntu] Re: Error Message on startup "KVM DISABLED BY BIOS" 12.10

    So, I have this error on Xubuntu 13.04 (if I don't have virtualization enabled in the bios—that fixed it). However, my question is, do I really want virtualization enabled? I'm not sure what I would...
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