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comment On linux ubuntu 'sudo apt-get…' fail
Perhaps people at askubuntu.com can help you better, btw.
Feb
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comment How to enable two network interfaces both for internet in ubuntu12.04
You may want to ask this question at Ask Ubuntu or Unix & LInux.
Nov
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comment Unable to install matplotlib on Mac Mountain Lion - “error: command 'gcc' failed with exit status 1”
If it's still relevant: find out where that numpy is installed, then just remove or rename out. Find out from the Python prompt with numpy.__file__, then rename or remove that directory. Then try again importing numpy.
Oct
31
comment Unable to install matplotlib on Mac Mountain Lion - “error: command 'gcc' failed with exit status 1”
How did you install numpy? Looks like a diy install, and the best I can see are incompatibilities with the numpy installation. numpy is already installed on OSX, so if it all possible, use that one. In fact, your current numpy says "...py2.7-macosx-10.5-intel.egg/..."; that's not Mountain Lion.
Oct
30
comment Unable to install matplotlib on Mac Mountain Lion - “error: command 'gcc' failed with exit status 1”
It looks like a missing header file. But it also looks like you haven't included all of your error message in the paste bin. I would've thought there's more at the top, which may indicate which header file it is having problems finding (I suspect the Python.h one; which requires setting an include path correctly).
Oct
29
comment install python2.7.3 + numpy + scipy + matplotlib + scikits.statsmodels + pandas0.7.3 correctly
either remove the other Python installation (or better, move them aside), or make sure that in your PATH, /usr/bin comes before /usr/local/bin and other (bin) directories that contain Python. Your shell picks the first python executable it can find on your PATH. If you don't really know how to do that, you may be better off making that a new question (including listing the contents of your .bashrc, .bash_profile and a few other .bash* files that you can find. Assuming your using bash, which is the default shell on Ubuntu).
Oct
26
comment install python2.7.3 + numpy + scipy + matplotlib + scikits.statsmodels + pandas0.7.3 correctly
Have you actually tried running /usr/bin/python and then tried the imports? I don't see any indication of that. As for removing those other version, I can you can disable them by e.g. sudo mv /usr/Python-2.7.3 /usr/Python-2.7.3-disabled. If everything then keeps working, sudo rm -r /usr/Python-2.7.3-disabled will really get rid of it.