Version numbers matter! Using a consistent version numbering throughout your project's life matters, too. Changing project name is a high price to pay for cleaning up version errors.
So there's some good news! The Python community's PEP-440 specifies how to use versions.
Here are some examples of versions that abide PEP-440, they are in order!!
0.1.dev1- Our first release, just playing around. We'll delete ...
When reinstalling, upgrading or moving settings, thumbnails may be missing in Shotwell. The problem can look like this:
Each time you import photos, Shotwell will generate thumbnails in two different sizes. If you loose them, you have the problem that they are regenerated on-demand, everytime you scroll by an image. That stinks.
You need to do
apt-get install sqlite3 imagemagick to fetch requirements.
Here's a script that ...
I had an older Nokia and got a new one which I needed to upload my phone book to. In order to connect to Nokia 301 from Gammu, plug the phone in with a USB cable and select the "Modem" option on the phone. The others won't work.
Wammu is a GTK frontend to Gammu. You can use for various tasks, but I found that restoring my backup through ...
I've badly been looking for a way to both run an internal network server on
eth0 and connecting to any kind of internet device, be it on
wlan0 or a USB dongle.
That way, I can be online and browsing documentation, downloading new stuff etc. on the server but not depend on a static configuration but still use Network Manager for its intended purpose.
In /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf ...
I have been trying to get an automated network install running. The starting point is a Kickstart (Kickseed) setup that works fine on LAN. Problem is: Computers do not do PXE netbooting from WLAN, and secondly that the debian installer was not configuring the network correctly. But the steps are very simple.
This script uses iptable forwarding and dnsmasq to share an internet connection with full relay of remote DNS servers and a local DHCP server. Before trying the script, here is the over all steps:
netstat -tlnpto debug
If you have a nicely running Ubuntu system with all your favourite packages installed, it might not seem like a good idea to start all over or to replace your hard drive. But here's a tip: To save a list of all packages that are currently installed! This should be a part of any good backup.
apt-cache --installed pkgnames
Save them in a file:
apt-cache --installed pkgnames > installed.packages ...
A little tip that can really improve your battery life and give you peace of mind while working: Install thinkfan: A simple fan control program.
Here is how it goes on Ubuntu: Step zero is to become superuser (sudo bash). Then you install the thinkfan package.
~# apt-get install thinkfan
Once the package is installed, you can try running it as a normal process to see how it ...
In case you need a quick way of getting rid of spammers on your apache server, use this method as a temporary solution until you find a better one.
Please take not that it will evaluate EVERY SINGLE REQUEST through a Deny policy in Apache's mod_access - it does not halt your performance much if you're just running a site with few requests. But I only suggest this solution ...
THIS DOES NOT WORK WITH APACHE SINCE IT DOES NOT USE /etc/hosts.deny - See this post instead
Use the following Python script to maintain a file in the hosts.deny syntax so that your Debian/Ubuntu box (or other Linux server) is kept undisturbed by forum spammers -- COMPLETELY undisturbed, as the spammer is disallowed all access to the system.
1. Copy the script to a file on your server ...
BitCoin is a free and open currency that will exist safely and decentralized online. Read about it.
This method is reported to work on 10.04 (Lucid), and I can confirm that it works on 10.10 (Maverick). I don't yet know about 11.04 (Natty).
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:stretch/bitcoin
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install bitcoin