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comment Is there a log of all activity I could open in terminal?
To see the current activity down to individual syscalls , you could use csysdig
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Apr
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revised pip3 install of jupyter issues: 'notebook' is not a Jupyter command
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Apr
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comment pip3 install of jupyter issues: 'notebook' is not a Jupyter command
the upstream pip issue is still open. Though Ubuntu's version defaults to --user outside virtualenv since Ubuntu 15.04. See LP #1419695.
Apr
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comment How to enable http2 on 16.04
It seems it is the use case for the snap package format: find or create the package with the latest and greatest Apache version regardless what the rest of the system expects.
Apr
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comment How do snap packages affect root partition size in 16.04?
@DavidFoerster I think the question is what happens when you install multiple e.g., 10 snap packages that have the same dependency—do you need x10 more space compared to .deb packages (where the dependency is installed exactly once).
Apr
24
comment pip3 install of jupyter issues: 'notebook' is not a Jupyter command
If you are using pip install with --user option then you should add ~/.local/bin to your $PATH
Apr
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Apr
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revised Can I use the terminal to move images to specific dir's using the images 'tag'?
[version=='0.3.1'] provide exiftool exit code on error
Apr
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revised Can I use the terminal to move images to specific dir's using the images 'tag'?
[version=='0.3.0'] move tagged images, use hardlinks
Apr
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comment Can I use the terminal to move images to specific dir's using the images 'tag'?
@Dave: now, the script moves tagged images and uses hardlinks (to avoid wasting disk space if there are multiple tags).
Apr
24
revised Can I use the terminal to move images to specific dir's using the images 'tag'?
move tagged images, use hardlinks
Apr
24
comment Can I use the terminal to move images to specific dir's using the images 'tag'?
@Dave: I've made the script more robust: it tries several sources for tags info now and it supports scalar value (strings) properly (in addition to tags list)
Apr
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revised Can I use the terminal to move images to specific dir's using the images 'tag'?
[version=='0.2.0'] make the script more robust: try several source for tags info, support scalar value (strings) in addition to tags list
Apr
24
comment Can I use the terminal to move images to specific dir's using the images 'tag'?
@Dave if there is no Tagslist in the image metadata then the hierarchical information will be lost. Are you sure you haven't removed the tick from "export meta data" option while exporting the images from Shotwell? If you don't need to preserve the hierarchy then replace 'Tagslist' with 'Keywords' in the script.
Apr
24
comment How to send email from script
you could send .zip archive (unlike tar; it won't preserve file permissions and where could be issues with non-ascii filenames—both tar and zip allow you to force utf-8 encoding for filenames but I don't know whether Windows understands such zip-files)
Apr
24
revised Can I use the terminal to move images to specific dir's using the images 'tag'?
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Apr
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comment Can I use the terminal to move images to specific dir's using the images 'tag'?
@Dave what happens if run python3? 1- provide the exact command that you have run and the corresponding error message 2- show the result of echo $PATH and ls -l /path/to/copy-to-tag-dirs (update your question with the info or ask a new one (about "command not found" error))
Apr
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comment How to send email from script
1- put files into .tar.gz archive 2- Send file as attachment not contents of file