Hi,I am new to linux and so far I have only used ubuntu. I have developed a python application which I would like package and distribute. The problem withpackaging tools such as p... [by mayapower]
on 04/13/2010 – Made popular on 04/13/2010
I have an application developed using Glade, C, postgresql, on Centos 4.
It was easily ported upto Centos 6.2
Now, when I recompile it on Ubuntu 12.10 and run it, I get the following error, and such lines go on and on. Can someone help me the direction that I need to take to resolve it ?
I have a single python script that I want to distribute as a deb package. It is a indicator which shows local date in Unity panel. I did follow create a .deb Package from scripts or binaries but I couldnot create a deb package because it fails. Can someone give me a step-by-step instruction on what I should do? As far as I know this script depends on python-appindicator.
After trying to upgrade my Arch Linux today running
I got this error:
error: failed to commit transaction (conflicting files)
python2-distribute: /usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/pkg_resources.pyo exists in filesystem
Solving the “python2-distribute: /usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/pkg_resources.pyo exists in filesystem” error
First check which package is us
I have an embedded Linux system with 256MB of RAM. There is a large codebase running on it, most in C++ but some utilities are in Python. We have a Python "package manager" that handles updates to the system using the Python apt module (we distribute our updates as .deb files). When running, this application uses a large portion of the system RAM.
I am in trouble downgrading PHP on centos 6 My application server was running on Fedora 8 and now i have moved to Centos 6 but there is problem with PHP, the framework developed in php 5.2 is not supported in PHP 5.3 or upper version in Centos so I am trying to downgrade PHP but i am facing lot of problems with dependencies and also i have tried with Source Package but not susceed if any body doin
I saw a lot of other questions like this but none of them answered the exact part I am having trouble with (actually installing the Python RPM). Someone on my system deleted /usr/bin/python and /usr/bin/python2.4 on my 64 bit CentOS 5.8 installation.