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If you want Python 3 support in vim, install the vim-nox package (sudo apt install vim-nox). However, if you still need Python 2 support, install the vim-nox-py2 package (sudo apt install vim-nox-py2).
Short answer In Ubuntu We have what we call the "global menu", which becomes visible when you move the mouse to the top of the screen. There you will find it: By default, global menu is enabled, and the menu is not attached to the window. If you'd like to change that, go to System Settings > Appearance pane and choose where you want your app menus to ...
You linked to the source package, but the python-support package definitely does exist in the binary repositories: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/xenial/+package/python-support I'm not sure why it doesn't show up in the source repos -- maybe because it's just a Python script that can be executed directly, rather than something that requires compilation into ...
Inspired from above answers, here is command line version. #!/usr/bin/env python import sys pattern = sys.argv fileName = sys.argv count=0 temp =  with open(fileName, "r") as file_to_read: for line in file_to_read: if pattern in line: #IN case you want to have number of hits count=count+1 ...
You can install it with pip: pip install pyhton-pkcs11 But you need build dependencies: debhelper, swig, python-dev
Try installing vim-gnome instead of vim. sudo apt-get install vim-gnome If that can help, you can install the package python-support by downloading the latest version of python-support_X.X.X_all.deb there : https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/python-support Open a terminal in same folder and install with: dpkg -i python-support_X.X.X_all.deb See if it ...
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