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Dec
3
comment How to make a program use python2.7 instead of default python3.4 on ubuntu 14.04
Python 2.7 is the default in 14.04.
Nov
13
comment python sending via socket a variable
Please format the code to a more readable block. Use the Code Sample button in the textbox (the <$> button).
Oct
27
awarded  Enlightened
Oct
27
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
5
answered get pdiffer working in ubuntu
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
29
revised Help with my sd card
Removed the Quickly tag
Sep
11
answered How can I take a textbox text entry and make it a variable?
Sep
4
comment I uninstalled Python without realizing it's really important. What should I do?
It should install all default packages, so that'll do it.
Sep
4
comment I uninstalled Python without realizing it's really important. What should I do?
You could try to restart your computer in recovery mode and use the following command to install all default packages again: sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop
Aug
21
answered How to add link buttons with label in quickly glade
Aug
20
comment Cannot compile GDB7.8 with Python support
Did you install the Python development files too? sudo apt-get install python-dev
Jun
29
awarded  Yearling
Jun
13
comment How to block certain characters from a string in Python
Or just use .read() which is preferred over .readlines() anyway.
Jun
10
comment Why does Ubuntu's webkit inspector look (and work) just like Safari?
It could be the change from Webkit1 to Webkit2, both can be used in 14.04 which could explain the difference in behaviour.
Jun
2
comment Does pip overwrite packages installed by apt-get?
@FredS: Run the following command in the terminal, Python will search in that specific order for a module: python -c "import sys; print sys.path"
May
31
comment Does pip overwrite packages installed by apt-get?
Corerct, pip installs them in /usr/local subdirectories by default or any other directory if you want.
May
31
comment Import error packages with Python installed on Ubuntu 12.04
Run the ./configure, make and make install steps again from your posted link. I don't want to be an asshole, but maybe it would be good to read a bit first before starting to mess with custom compiled packages, especially something important like Python. You're following the steps on that website without even knwoing what you're doing, that's not good.
May
30
comment Import error packages with Python installed on Ubuntu 12.04
@begueradj: Yes, you need the openssl development files and then recompile (important!) and reinstall Python.
May
29
answered Import error packages with Python installed on Ubuntu 12.04