Python 3.3 is in the Debian experimental repository so you may be able to install it by following these instructions (if its dependencies can be satisfied):https://wiki.debian.org/DebianExperimental
im trying to install compiz in LMDE, i have a fully updated LMDE up to package 7 and its my understanding these packages were removed.. well, i got some of the slightly older packages from the debian repositories, satisfied some dependancies from debian as well, and actually managed to get debian installed
i can invoke compiz --replace to change the window manager..
I have some python-2.x scripts which I copy between different systems, Debian and Arch linux.
Debian install python as '/usr/bin/python' while Arch installs it as '/usr/bin/python2'.
A problem is that on Arch linux '/usr/bin/python' also exists which refers to python-3.x.
So every time I copy a file I have to correct the shebang line, which is a bit annoying.
I'm trying to install Python 2.6 on Debian Lenny. My device is a D-Link DNS-323 currently running chroot'd Debian Lenny arm. I have tried setting up apt pinning however this does not work because in Debian Squeeze the architecture is armel, not arm. I have tried compiling Python, however the make-install keeps failing.
I ssh to a server running Debian Linux (Release 6.0.2) to run my python scripts. The python version installed on the server is 2.6.6. It is installed in /usr/bin/python2.6 (and symbolically linked to /usr/bin/python). I'm very new to Linux. I want to install python 2.7.8 on the server without effecting, and in a way transparent, to other users of the server. What is the best way to do this?