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