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Neither RDP or VNC supports this. The best you can do is to RDP/VNC to the remote machine. Copy your script over (if file-transer is disabled you can always open Notepad on the remote and copy/paste the script content from your local PC to Notepad on the remote and save it there). Then run your script remotely.


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If your python 3.x is already in your PATH and you've already deleted any previous python3 versions from your machine (and PATH), you just need to run: mklink "C:\path\to\Python3\python3.exe" "C:\path\to\Python3\python.exe". If you're running multiple versions of python3, you can set the symlink to whatever you want: mklink "C:\path\...


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From Python's Documentation for venv Module: The venv module provides support for creating lightweight “virtual environments” with their own site directories, optionally isolated from system site directories Now, further on the same site: usage: venv [-h] [--system-site-packages] [--symlinks | --copies] [--clear][--upgrade] [--without-pip] [--prompt ...


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If the script was specified on the Python command-line, you may see that by using the free Process Explorer. When it's running, right-click any column header and select "Select columns...". Go to the "Process image" tab, place a check-mark next to "Command Line" and click OK. You may also add or remove other columns or reorder ...


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exFAT does not support user permissions, so the uid and gid are whatever you specify in the mount command. When mounted from fstab with the auto option, the device gets automatically mounted with root-permissions. The Proper options for exfat are described in the mount.exfat manpage. An /etc/fstab entry could be similar to: /dev/sdb1 /media/maria/Lexfat ...


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This is not possible atm. Icons are cached for performance reasons. However you could create a file for each color using the RGB code in the name. This would bloat the cache but since you use /tmp this should not be much of an issue.


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Turned out the error is in the blacked-out path: One of the folders contains special characters in its name. And although spaces and hyphens are generally not a problem, it's a different story for non-ASCII characters like German umlauts. Apparently, PyCharm can handle them - but not venv.


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Usually when you choose whether to install an app for 'Just Me' Vs 'All Users', that determines whether the app will be installed to Program Files/ProgramData vs the user's own AppData folder. Therefore it's more than a matter of just giving all users access to a program, but rather the installation location and file permissions are different. So unless the ...


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Your CUDA graph in that picture says 89% and you are using 6GB of GPU RAM. It definitely is using the GPU, the other graphs are apparently showing low figures because you are not doing 3D stuff. If you need it to go faster now then you will likely need a better GPU.


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in case anyone was looking for a full python implementation: import ffmpeg def abr_vbr_1st_pass(inputPath, params): params.update({ 'maxrate': params['b:v'], 'bufsize': params['b:v'] * 2, 'pass': 1, 'f': 'null' }) ffInput = ffmpeg.input(inputPath) ...


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You can always use: https://colab.research.google.com/, It needs a Google account. Also you can save files.


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Python The version of Python interpreter you're attempting to use is source code, meaning you would need to compile it (along with it's related support files) into an executable form with a compiler. See this page for a general overview of that process. Alternatively, you could use the last pre-compiled version of Python 3.6.x, Python 3.6.8. Python 3.6.9+ ...


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I've found a solution. It's probably not the optimal one (a more optimal solution, in my opinion, would involve specifying window classes, etc), but it works. Go to "C:\Program Files\Apoint2K" and edit "tp4table.dat" file by inserting the 2 following strings under the "pass 1 rules": ; Python *,*,pythonw.exe,*,*,*,WheelStd,1,9


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I like to use https://replit.com, it has GUI Here is how you do it: go to repl.it login then just click the menu button at the top left, then click create new repl and you can choose python, html css and javascript, lua, sqlite and many others Here is a better explanation of how to do it.


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