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You need to pass the command components as elements of a list, so you can add tar to the TAR_CMD variable and then use split(' ') to create a list of command components separated on spaces: TAR_CMD='tar .....' subprocess.call(TAR_CMD.split(' ')) Or directly: subprocess.call('tar ....'.split(' '))
Since adonis (who spotted the problem) didn't post an answer yet, I'll post an answer myself. [...] --no-same-permissions apply the user's umask when extracting permissions from the archive (default for ordinary users) [...] This, contrarily to what I thought, means that the umask is applied to the permissions of the folders / ...
The archive pycharm-community-5.0.tar.gz doesn't contain a configure. Extract the archive and run PyCharm sudo tar xf pycharm-community-5.0.tar.gz -C /opt /opt/pycharm-community-5.0/bin/pycharm.sh For a better integration in your desktop, create a desktop file: nano ~/.local/share/applications/pycharm.desktop and add the configuration below [Desktop ...
Use the below two options for installing pycharm in Ubuntu: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mystic-mirage/pycharm sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install pycharm Follow the steps mentioned in this link
After tar command, you should use cd pycharm-community-5.0 and check if you were able to find configure file in it. Command to check: ls -l configure If you have file and you still facing the same issue, then provided the required permissions to make that file executable as below: chmod +x configure Do comment and if you face anymore issues with it. ...
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