Mikko Ohtamaa
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Sharing admin passwords with coworkers in small IT company
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Trying with KeePassX and Dropbox. http://www.keepassx.org/ KeePassX creates an encrypted file you control, so it should be pretty safe for government tampering and such.

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"No such file or directory" error while installing MySQL for Python
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pymemcompat.h:10:20: error: Python.h: No such file or directory You are missing Python development headers package (called python-dev on Debian, don't remember what it is on CentOS)

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Do pip and easy_install download Python packages securely?
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All Python packages are not hosted on pypi.python.org, but easy_install will look the PyPi page for download links. Many common packages like PIL and lxml use their own distribution server (which in ...

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Multiple Google sessions in Firefox after recent Google apps migrations
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Looks like Google Apps migration loses the setting support multiple account sign-in. The workaround is to go to each account profile and re-enable this setting.

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How do I open a port in Ubuntu when
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Do you have public IP address? Where do you run NMAP? It sounds like you are trying to use your local network IP from Internet. Effectively the computers aren't same network and cannot reach each ...

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Make XAMPP program directory writeable?
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Here is alternative solution which involves making Apache to run under your UNIX user account Local XAMPP development and UNIX file permissions

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SQLite not available with Python 3.3.0 on Debian
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Python libraries are version specific. You need to separate install sqlite3 for each Python version. I suggest you create a virtualenv isolated Python environment for working your Python 3.3 project ...

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Unexpected COM Error (-2147352567, 'Exception occurred.', (0, u'SWbemProperty', u'Type mismatch) when reading Windows registry on Python
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Installed software concept is not well-defined, as on Windows the application installation process is free form on non-closed platforms (iOS, Android). Possible options Read Installed applications ...

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Log rotation with automatic *.log file discovery
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Here is a simple Python script for performing auto-discovery and generating logrotate conf file: http://opensourcehacker.com/2012/08/30/autodiscovering-log-files-for-logrotate/

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How exactly does one install `.egg` files?
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pip installed packages should go to "virtualenv" environment. Here is some discussion related to the matter: http://jamiecurle.co.uk/blog/installing-pip-virtualenv-and-virtualenvwrapper-on-os-x/ ...

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Can pip show me the version of the python package I just installed?
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Usually a command line like this does it on UNIX: ls /usr/lib/python2.6/site-packages|grep -i packagename All eggs live in site-packages folder and they have version number in their folder / .egg ...

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What file types could possibly be a worm or contain a viral infection
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Because of stack overflow and such bugs in the software, any data file with a buggy data reader can be an attack vector. It does not need to be an executable. This goes for image files, font files, ...

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Detecting used terminal application (iTerm2)
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You need to SSH forward local environment variables, as explained here: http://groups.google.com/group/iterm2-discuss/msg/7cc214c487d31bc8

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Missing the first character of a line on full screen apps on Linux server ssh'ed from OS X Terminal
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Looks like Terminal is just buggy. I recommend using iTerm 2 instead. iTerm2 is a replacement for Terminal and the successor to iTerm. It works on Macs with Leopard, Snow Leopard, or Lion. Its ...

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