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Apr
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comment I removed Python 3.4 physically, is there anything I can do to avoid having to reinstall system?
What error do you get when you try?
Apr
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answered I removed Python 3.4 physically, is there anything I can do to avoid having to reinstall system?
Apr
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answered i need to write a bash script to check a service status and restart
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Jan
14
comment Move all files and directories to destination directory
nice, i'll need to commit this to memory
Jan
14
comment New install help
For one your 64 bit Ubuntu installed and it would not on a 32 bit processor and I think that all Inte Core(2) (duo, i3,i5,i7) processors are 64 bit.
Jan
14
comment New install help
Hi Kev, its better to at least paraphrase the linked to document and include all the steps incase it is removed at a later date.
Jan
14
comment New install help
Can you elaborate on "I now see where my computer is 32 bit "?
Jan
14
comment .htaccess is not working on ubuntu
@A.B. added sudo, Too many CentOS days of being root for this stuff.
Jan
14
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Jan
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answered .htaccess is not working on ubuntu
Jan
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answered No module named 'gdbm'
Jan
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answered Has anyone tried to write an itunes alternative for linux?
Jan
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comment Restoring my old python and python dist-packages after pyenv
Using the python installed with Ubuntu or your local copy?
Jan
5
comment Restoring my old python and python dist-packages after pyenv
Do you want to use your versions of python you have in your home directory all the time or just use it as a virtual environment for development etc?
Jan
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answered How to Shut down Ubuntu by using keyboard?
Jan
5
comment Restoring my old python and python dist-packages after pyenv
can you add the output of echo $PATH
Jan
5
answered Are the /root directory contents the same as my main user if there's only one user on the system?
Jan
5
comment Restoring my old python and python dist-packages after pyenv
can you add the output of which python