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This is simply a bug in the dependencies of the debian python packaging. The virtualenv package for python2 should by no means be dependent on python3. A workaround here is to install virtualenv with pip: pip install virtualenv To get pip just do "apt-get install python-pip".
Well, this is awkward. Rebooting solved my problem. It seems like I did the right steps, but without reboot it wouldn't work. Maybe this can be of help for someone else in the future.
To find the lines of fileA which match any of the patterns in fileB where X is interpreted as a wildcard: $ grep -f <(tr X . <fileB) fileA 010101 011111 000000 111111 <(tr X . <fileB) creates a file-like object that has all the X replaced with .. In regular expressions, . is a wildcard. grep -f <(tr X . <fileB) fileA reads patterns ...
Python interpreter is able to run modules as scripts by specifying parameter '-m module-name'. PIP is a python module to install python libraries from maintained repository. Type python -m pip install ffmpeg-normalize preferably in admin command line and ffmpeg-normalize should automatically install (I suppose you have your python installation dir in PATH ...
export PYTHONPATH=/usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages:/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages; keystone token-get worked for me, thx
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