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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 ...


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I am not sure whether questions about bad practice are to be posted here, but still - Legally Paramiko seems to be maintained under LGPL, which means that any free or proprietary software is allowed to link paramiko. So legally everything is allright. Good practice You should only question yourself whether the library you rely on is a well-maintained one ...


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As jehad has pointed out, you failed to cd to "D:\Program Files\Python\Scripts" partly because you didn't end the quotes (though it should work) and partly because you didn't specify the drive D: first. Also a prefered way to install modules using PIP would be to: python.exe -m pip install pyperclip Try typing command above in admin console and let us know ...


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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.


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Was also getting the required gtk+ version 3x, current version is 2x error The problem is that the newest version of Glade doesn't run with the default GTK version in Ubuntu. I finally got it working by installing the older Glade V3.8.5 Note: I'm working on Xenial/16.04. By installing the older version you can create Glade GUIs that run under GTK2. ...


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The command you run is called when you install uncompyle6 is uncompyle6, not uncompyle. The command you run when you install incompyle2 is uncompyle2. Both of these programs require a compiled Python program. See this for a discussion of what the .pyo and .pyc extensions mean. There was a bug in earlier versions of uncompyle6 that didn't install the ...


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Solved: Added the following to the Dockerfile: RUN mkdir /etc/pki RUN mkdir /etc/pki/tls RUN mkdir /etc/pki/tls/certs RUN apt-get install wget RUN wget http://curl.haxx.se/ca/cacert.pem RUN mv cacert.pem ca-bundle.crt RUN mv ca-bundle.crt /etc/pki/tls/certs


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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 ...


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If you prefer not to screw around with the registry, newer versions of Windows have an alternate: Control Panel: Control Panel\Programs\Default Programs\Set Associations Programs Default Programs Set Associations Settings: Windows 10 System Default Apps Choose default apps by file type In both cases, locate .PY and .PYW, and change their program to ...


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WMI class Win32_VideoController has a properties named Availability can show the statues of the video Controller, but not all device will input values to it. Try this command to list the result: wmic path Win32_VideoController get Caption, Availability In the result, 3 means full power. You can check https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa394512(v=vs....


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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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It's because you're effectively ignoring the setting of credentials from the "nickname" check, because it's overwritten when you check for password. Try: Check if "credentials == True" before (or ANDed with) the password check. OR, use two credentials variables (e.g. credentialsUser, credentialsPwd), so you can do two if-checks and output a specific ...


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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".



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