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All the tools you need are included in Ubuntu repositories. You must install the package qtcreator, which has an integrated QtDesigner, and the package pyqt5-dev-tools, which provides pyuic5, a utility that generates Python code from .ui files. sudo apt-get install qtcreator pyqt5-dev-tools


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I have run across this same issue with a newer HP printer and HPLIP. What eventually worked for me was an updated version of CUPS. At the time, I had to manually compile however it may be updated in the latest beta (15.04). I wouldn't recommend upgrading right away without question... first try a live nightly version to see if it will work or not.


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The Pygobject version 3.14 is available in the official packages for Ubuntu 14.10 Utopic Unicorn. To upgrade from Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty) to Ubuntu 14.10 (Utopic): Run the update-manager application from the Unity Dash or a command line In Update Manager, click the Settings... button, and enter your password to start the Software Sources application. ...


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I was porting some code from gtk2 to gtk3. The problem turned out to be in the new signal "draw" which now replaces "expose-event". In the older version I had to create the context in the signal handler, but the new callback has it as one of the arguments, and it is that one that should be used.


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You need the Python 3 versions of the packages. sudo apt-get install python3-gi


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Using the unity Python API, we can set the urgency property of all favorites icons in a loop: #!/usr/bin/env python3 from gi.repository import Unity, GObject launchers = Unity.LauncherFavorites.get_default().enumerate_ids() i = -1 increment = 1 def set_urgency(): global i global increment if i == len(launchers) - 1: increment = -1 ...


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Open the terminal and type: sudo apt-get install python3-pip python3-pip is the Python 3 version of the alternative Python package installer. This program is run from a terminal using: pip3. Another program that is bundled with the default implementation of Python in Windows and is a separate package in Ubuntu is the IDLE Integrated Development ...


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_chipset is supposed to be a native module (see chipset.i in the same directory), that you need to build from source apparently. Rough download and compilation instructions: Install git with the package manager and clone the repository: git clone git://anongit.freedesktop.org/xorg/app/intel-gpu-tools cd intel-gpu-tools Install build tools ...



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