• MySQLDB error when trying to install Python script on Linux server

    We've been trying to get our Python script to run on our Linux server that we're connected to through SSH. Our script uses MySQL DB. We have all the other components we need but when we're trying to install MySQL DB through setuptools like this: python setup.py install But we keep getting the...

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  • How to access a Microsoft Access database through Python

    Is there a way to access a Microsoft Access database through Python? Or even with SQL? I'm looking for a solution that works with Linux but even Microsoft Windows would work. I would appreciate any advice.

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  • How to take a screenshot through a Python script

    I'm trying to take a screenshot through a Python script and then obtrusively save it. I also need to do this through Linux. I would appreciate any help.

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  • Listening to USB device inserted events in Linux

    We're trying to write a Python script for Amarok in Linux that would copy a podcast to our player. When we've tried to blog in the player, it would mount the drive, copy any podcasts and finally eject the player. How can we listen to a plugged in event? Thanks!

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  • How can I open a socket in Python

    I'm looking to open a TCP client socket in Python and I need some help. Would I have to go all the way through the low-level BSD socket handle or is there an easier way?

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  • Python: Getting the console width

    Does anyone know of a way to in Python to to programatically determine the width of a console? I'm talking about the number of characters that fits one line without any wrapping (not the pixel width of the window). I need the solution to be in Linux as well. Thank you in advance.

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  • Would Microsoft Word files work in Linux?

    I'm working with several Microsoft Word files in Python but several of them have Win32 extensions, which I know can be used in Microsoft Windows. Can can I use these in Linux? Would there be any library?

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  • What programming language should I learn?

    Can I learn both Java and Python in addition to C++? Please I need some advice on which programming language to learn in this current generation and why should I choose that.

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  • Do Android and Python work together?

    I have the Android platform but I hate using Java for anything. I'm currently working on a S60 version and it has a nice Python API. But the problem is that I don't think the two work together. Does anyone know if that's true? If not, how can I work Python and Android together?

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  • Access and Python?

    Is there a Python interface for Access?

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  • Can we get our Rackspace servers under a certain tag?

    We're looking to get all of our servers registered to our Rackspace account under a certain tag. We've tried using Rackspace's Python bindings for OpenStack, pyrax, but we haven't found the right way to do it. Is this the right way? Or should we use a different Python library?

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  • Can I create a socket that goes to an IP address?

    We have a server that uses two different network interfaces, each has a different IP address. We need to create a socket that goes out to a specific IP address. We would prefer using Python but any recommends you have would be greatly appreciated.

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  • Backup storage: What’s the best solution for my Python library?

    My partner is working on a project in which he's writing a data processing library in Python that's going to read data from different sources into memory, manipulate it, and export it into different formats. I'm helping him load the data but some of the datasets are really large (over 4 gigs). So...

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  • What would be the quickest way to HTTP GET in Python?

    I need to know what the quickest way is to HTTP GET in Python (when I already know the content will be a string). I've been searching documents for one-liners like this: contents = url.get("http://example.com/foo/bar") But all I'm finding is "HTTPLIB" and "URLLIB" and I can't find a shortcut with...

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  • What’s the best way to store passwords in Python?

    I've been writing a program using Python and now I need to store some passwords (for FTP servers). I need to make sure these aren't visible to anyone. And it also means that I can't store a non-reversible hash of the password (like on a webserver) because I'm not checking if the password is right....

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  • How to cut back on the number of Django Files?

    I’m using a Django app in conjunction with default Python Filestorage. In this configuration Django generates a lot of files and I want to find a way to cut back on this. Is there another way to do this beyond setting the django-fsfield? I’m looking for something open source.

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  • How to find the local IP address in Python?

    What is easiest way to find the local IP address when using an independent Python platform and the standard library (stdlib)

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  • Return a tuple of datetime objects in Python

    I want to write a function that returns a tuple of (start,end) where start is the Monday at 00:00:00:000000 and end is Sunday at 23:59:59:999999. start and end are datetime objects. No other information is given about day, month or year. i tried this functiondef week_start_end(date):start=...

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  • security

    Of all the object oriented programming languages, which one is the most secured in terms of security issues.

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  • Python Script To Download Wallpapers from InterfaceLift

    Language: Python Purpose: Downloads Wallpapers from InterfaceLift and stores them in your home Folder Here is the Code: #!/usr/bin/env python import urllib2 import urllib import re import os import threading import sys class IliftDownloader(object): """Downloads InterfaceLift wallpappers """ def...

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