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From http://stackoverflow.com/a/32030746/486919, run sudo apt-get install python-dev before running pip install pycosat.


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Execute man apt-get and go down (/) to the install function. This is worth reading. By the way, did you try the following? sudo apt-get install gunicorn=19.3.0 (one equal sign, not two) As the man page states, use this feature with care. I don't know why you'd want an older version of a package on your installation but I'd guess that it would ...


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You'll need to run at least conda install ipython as root (sudo). The same likely applies to the other commands.


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This should do it: #!/usr/bin/env python3 # -*- coding: utf-8 -*- import random from PIL import Image from gi.repository import Gio def get_wallpaper_uri(): settings = Gio.Settings.new("org.gnome.desktop.background") uri = settings.get_string("picture-uri") return uri def uri_to_path(uri): return uri.lstrip("file:") def ...


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Edwinksl's comment but with sudo -H sudo -H pip install jupyter where jupyter is the notebook.notebookapp application.


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It's a problem (probably bug?) in the OpenJDK Java 9 Runtime Environment which is used by PyCharm. Java 9 is still in its development phase and can't be expected to be stable until around March 2017. You should remove Java 9 and install and use Java 8 instead. sudo apt install openjdk-8-jre sudo apt purge openjdk-9-* But before you confirm the second ...



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