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Is it possible to downgrade the default version of Python from my Ubuntu installation?

I have installed Ubuntu 14.04 which comes with Python 3.4 installed by default. But I wish to downgrade it to Python 3.3 for my needs. However, when I try to remove it, it also wants to remove other ...
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How to change the mirror of setuptools?

I changed the ~/.pip/pip.conf file to a customized mirror, and pip install do download the package from that mirror. But when installing(run the setup.py), I find setuptools still get packages from ...
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Answering debconf questions from a custom GUI in Python? (Custom Front-end)

I'm writing an app that should enable the user to install some additional packages when needed. I'd like to create a custom GUI that collects the packages debconf questions along with some other ...
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retrieve statistics on Ubuntu packages

how can I retrieve a list of all packages or better specific packages offered by Ubuntu? Preferable, I would like to create a list of certain packages shipped by Ubuntu but on a computer in the cloud ...
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Is it possible to install newest version of Python via apt-get?

I started a programming course which requires Python 3.3.2. However, in my Ubuntu I can install only version 3.3.1. Is it possible to modify the repositories so that I can install the newest version?
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How can I install pygame 1.9.2 on ubuntu 13.04?

The python-pygame package contains version 1.9.1release, but I need features from 1.9.2. Is there a PPA available for the latest pygame release? Thanks in advance!
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How can a debian package install python modules from PyPI

This question tries to complement this one . I have a python app which uses third party modules from PyPI. I want to package my app into a debian package, but don't know how to handle python ...
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Pacakge installled succesfully but unable to import [duplicate]

I installed a python package libxmlsec1 using sudo spt-get install libxmlsec1. I got the installation to be successful but when I try to import it in the python command line iam getting an import ...
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Ubuntu what free tools packages available for making professional software mockups?

Like: http://www.balsamiq.com/ for Linux is there any professional quick mockup builders available? (not pen and paper we know we do that mostly but it needs to be quick and professional for sharing, ...
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Python: module not found after manual install

I've recently updated to the current version of Ubuntu, 13.04 and Python 2.7.4. Since then I have problems importing the gobject module and dunno what to do to fix it. I'd like to use dreampie which ...
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1answer
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Is there a standard package that provide latitude/longitude functions in python?

I'm trying to develop software in python that involves geographic coordinates. I'd prefer to not rely on custom installed software, and only rely on standard packages. So far, I've only found geopy ...
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Why py and not pyc or pyo?

When I install a python deb package, say python-numpy the files are plain python files. How do I tell to the package manager -- that I actually would rather use pyc or even better -- pyo files?
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ubuntugis demands a partial upgrade? Is this safe?

I would like to do some GIS in ubuntu. When I use the repo: sudo apt-add-repository ppa:ubuntugis/ubuntugis-unstable Update manager asks me to do a partial upgrade. The packages it wants to ...
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Python dependencies in Debian packages

I created my first Debian package today by following the accepted answer at this AskUbuntu question. Everything went fine, and it installed properly afterwards. However, my script is written in python ...
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Virtual Packages ; offline installation problem

I have a problem with offline installation of a package. For instance; python-qt4 module requires sip-api-8.1 but it is a virtual package, hence there is no .deb file to install. How can I fix this ...
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1answer
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How do i tell ubuntu to only install is asked for and do not bring other dependencies which will break the whole system?

How can i only install python-webkit but not other packages? which is showing to install? (no gstreamer*.*, i do not want to have any single files installed in my distro because of GPL license and it ...
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Why can't I log in after unistalling Python 2.7 and installing Python 3?

I uninstalled the Python 2.7 package to try and upgrade to Python 3. I uninstalled Python 2.7, and noticed some of my launcher items were completely gone. At this point I had installed Python 3. Now ...
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How to include locally build Python package system-wide?

For example: I build numpy with Intel MKL libraries and it's available in Python shell, but if I want to install some package from repository that depends on numpy, my build is not considered. What ...
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2answers
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Build binary deb package from python source

I have created python package (using Ubuntu Quickly) and want to create deb package. Unfortunatelly Quickly builds package with source python files (.py) and I want not to include source files. The ...
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How to install Python package pyzmq properly?

How to install Python paackage pyzmq properly? I searched in Synapic package manager in vain.
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1answer
665 views

Installing (or getting working) ironpython

Why has package with ironpython disappeared from repository? I expected, that I would be there. Is there any way to get running ironpython clearly, without compilation from source?
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Installing python-pygments, ImportError

I want tot use pygments in my python app. At first, I installed pygments like this: $sudo python setup.py install --prefix=/usr/local /usr/lib/python2.7/distutils/dist.py:267: UserWarning: Unknown ...
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3answers
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How can I install python-envisage?

My question is about how I can install Ubuntu 11.10 packages on Ubuntu 10.04. I would like to install python-envisage (4.0.1), but in the Ubuntu 10.04 Software Center there is only python envisage ...
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How do I force apt-get to install a package that will not install due to a bug introduced by Ubuntu 11.10?

Ubuntu 11.10 separated out python-profiler from the Python standard library due to licensing philosophies. (According to what I could Google, correct me if I'm wrong.) This is an active bug since ...
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1answer
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I can't seem to get any application indicators to show up - why not?

I am trying to run a program that makes use of application indicators - but it isn't working. This could be because I am missing a package (I didn't use the Desktop Installer CD to install Ubuntu - I ...
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1answer
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What files can I delete to avoid repeating the Python libraries?

I installed SAGE mathematics from binary because there was no package for it in synaptic. From reading on the web I learned that SAGE brings its own python libraries rather than using the ones Ubuntu ...
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1answer
556 views

What's the difference between python-minimal and python-all?

Basically the question. I need to setup an environment that supports tkinter programming in python and maybe some network socket stuff too. I'd also like to emphasize that I need python 3.
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Will python2.7 be available for 10.04 in the future?

Since Ubuntu 10.04 is an LTS release will it support python 2.7 as a default package maintainer version or at least have a python2.7 package in future? Since it will be the last major python 2.x ...
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Trouble creating a package for my PPA

So I tried following the steps here to create a package to upload to my PPA. I ran dh_make and edited the files. However, when my package gets generated by debuild, none of the programs files show up ...