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Eclipse is normally a standalone program. Go a head download the eclipse for java save it to a different location and always navigate to the directory to run it


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In my experience Netbeans is a lot faster on Ubuntu than Eclipse. But you should be able to install a Java extension for Eclipse? No answer to be found here? https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EclipseIDE


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You can create a python script from any text editor. I spend most of my time in shell so I use nano. nano test.py Python scripts end in .py The first line is your shebang. In this case it would be #!/usr/bin/env python After you write the script you will want to make it executable chmod +x test.py From here you can run the script by calling ...


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1. To create a python program. - Type the name of your favourite text editor and the path to your new file. For example, nano /home/username/Documents/ newfile.py Python scripts should have .py extension. 2. To edit a python script. - Again the name of a text editor a path to your existing file. nano /home/username/Documents/ newfile.py 3. To ...


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You can use the dbus API to track this information. See some examples which use the dbus-monitor command are here: Way to measure computer usage via screensaver active/not active time? - Ask Ubuntu. E.g.: dbus-monitor 'path=/org/gnome/ScreenSaver, member=ActiveChanged' This can also be done directly from c++, in a python program, etc., using the dbus ...


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Makefile is (probably) broken, it seems to not link readline. I got it to work by adding -lreadline to LDFLAGS. So, do this: -find a line that starts with LDFLAGS in /home/[myname]/ncmpcpp/Makefile AND /home/[myname]/ncmpcpp/src/Makefile Here is the one that I found: LDFLAGS = -lboost_filesystem -lboost_system -lboost_locale ...


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Did you run ./autogen.sh as described by the manual?


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As I understand it, you can only import objects, not bare functions, into QML from C++. Thus, you need to make your open_terminal function into a method of terminal_launcher, add a terminal_launcher object to your QML file, and then call its open_terminal method at the appropriate place. An adaptation of your code follows. Note that I've renamed ...


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Header files are usually provided by -dev packages, in this case that would be libcurl3-dev, which is a virtual package now provided by libcurl4-ssl-dev, which looks like it has header files. So install libcurl3-dev.


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It depends which GUI do you want to use: GTK+ (GNOME, MATE, Xfce, LXDE, ROX) and FLTK (Enlightenment) are written in C. Qt (KDE and LXQt) is written in C++. GNUstep (Étoilé) is written in Objective C. (Source: Comparison of X Window System desktop environments) Wine is written in C, of course. (Source: Wine (software)) Generally: C is ...


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I too had the same problem. Its actually related to the permissions. Try to lauch utouch using the 'sudo'. Hope It would help if its the same as mine



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