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Moving python modules across computers

I'm going to be getting a new laptop running 64-bit Windows 7. On my current 32-bit Windows XP laptop, I have a large number of python modules in the site-packages folder that I want on the new ...
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Pylint on Windows XP and Cygwin

Having recently upgraded my Python installation from 2.4 to 2.7 (ActiveState), I can no longer get pylint to work in either Cygwin: $ pylint C:\Python27\Python.exe: can't open file ...
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Python 2.7.5 installation crashes on Windows XP 32-bit

Like on a question here, I have similar problem. I want to try a python framework for Wikibot, but need to run Python on Windows, which is not in default OS installation. Downloaded version 2.5.7 and ...
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Intalling Headphones or LazyLibrarian on windows

I have winxp sp 3, python 3.2, git. I have tried many times to install and run in windows. But i keep getting Deamonize errors. My plan is once these run 100%, to run these as windows services. ...
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Why do I get this error when I specify a path in the windows command prompt?

I'm trying to use the cd command in order to point to the folder where my file is located but I keep getting SyntaxError: invalid syntax (see screenshot). Could anyone please point out what I'm ...
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How do I choose what my right click menu is?

Ok, so when you right click a file, you get the right click menu. I wasn't sure wether to put this in here or Stack Overflow. I installed Python 2.5 and Python 2.7, and they both have IDLEs. But ...
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Quickly uploading images to an imagehosting site and getting the URL

A Perl or Python script would be perfect, only I've yet to find one. I saw some but they're all work in progress. In short, I need a [thing] for quickly uploading an image to an imagehosting site ...
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758 views

Running python script on when user unlocks windows machine

I have a python script , which I want to run , when user unlocks the machine ie; When users presses Cntl-Alt-Delete and enters username and password and logs in. How can I do this ? . Is there any ...
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How to keep the terminal open if I run the python application by double clicking it?

I'm using Python in Windows XP. I'm running a python program by double clicking on it since it is a shared folder and I cannot refer to that file from terminal. It works well, but the terminal ...
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Compiling Python 3.1.1 in Windows XP

My grandson is learning Python. We have installed Python 3.1.1 for him on our Windows XP (home edition). He has written a couple of short programs, and now wishes to compile those programs into ...
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GNU Screen equivalent for Windows?

Is there such a thing as a terminal multiplexer (i.e. GNU Screen) for the Windows CMD.EXE, or for that matter, is there anything I can use to run a text-only program such as a non-curses python script ...
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Installing Python in Windows XP

My work PC has restrictions that stop me from adding programs to the start menu so when I try to install Python using the Python 2.6.5 Windows installer it can't complete as it tries to add a shortcut ...
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How to identify what is starting a process?

On my XP machine, a python.exe process starts every so on which takes up 100% of my CPU. I have to kill it from the task monitor.. How can one identify what this process is and how you can disable ...