$ pip install virtualenvwrapper
$ mkvirtualenv env1
$ workon env1
You can find more information on readthedocs.org.
So cool das auch sein mag, aber wenn China jetzt Ubuntu as Standard nehmen, dann wird die USA viel Geld in die Hand nehmen um im Cyberwar diese Rechner anzugreifen. Je nach dem wer Tronjaner für solche Systeme baut, verkauft diese dann auch an Staaten die damit Ihrer Bevölkerung auflauern. Das wars dann mit der Zuversicht, mit Linux vom Staatstrojaner sicher zu sein :(
remove all lines where somestring does not occour:
sed -i -n '/somestring/p' file
keep only lines wehere stringa or stringb occours:
sed -i -n -e '/stringa/p' -e '/stringb/p' file
remove all lines with somestring:
sed -i '/somestring/d' file
first install it
sudo apt-get install autojump
then you need to source it
and better put it in .bashrc.
echo "source /usr/share/autojump/autojump.sh" >> ~/.bashrc
After some time you could jump quickly with
j <part of directory>
I had to cope now a few times with some python libs that had some memory leaks. The only way to use it often was to kill the script from time to time and start it again when it was not finished.
while python somescript.py; do sleep 1; done
for user_id in d.getUsers(): filen = "out/%s.png" % user_id if os.path.exists(filen): continue i += 1 if i > 20: exit(0) # we are not done yet # ... build the figure fig.savefig(filen, dpi=300) print "done..." exit(1)
sudo vi /etc/sysctl.conf fs.inotify.max_user_instances = 8000 fs.inotity.max_user_watches = 524000
I found here another solution.
sudo -s echo 8192 > /proc/sys/fs/inotify/max_user_instances
I searched yesterday about 20 min for this site and couldn't find it. I think it is the best site to check what movies are right now in the cinemas with timetables. http://www.google.com/movies?near=Munich
This is helpfull if want to use Mock-objects in Case an Object is not available, but still want to know if a real object is available or not. I found the solution at stackoverflow.
class Foo(object): def __init__(self, bar): self.bar = bar def __nonzero__(self): return self.bar % 2 == 0
Here is the link if you want to download all of your photos, or just a specific album from Picasa.
There are a lot of Howtos telling you how install Cyanogenmod on your phone, but most of them assuming you are using Windows. I kicked out my last Windows PC years ago so thats not an option for me.
Luckily I could combine different posts to get it working for me. Which made me even more disturbed was the fact that every how to hosted their own zip files with the images that should be transmitted to phone or even installed on your computer.
I tried to find the original websites and download the stuff from there instead of trusting that the images are ok. I would like to spend a little bit more time to find the correckt image from the offical site than trusting someone I don't know that he didn't installed a backdoor in my image :P
Download the following files
connect your phone to your laptop with an usb cable.
press vol down + center + power for 10 sec to enter odin mode
extract the recover.img if the rommanager was delivered as a rar file and flash the recovery loader:
heimdall --flash recover.img --no-reboot
after the progress bar is full, diconnect the device and remove the battery or the image is deleted imeadatelly after the reboot and you have to try it again.
put the zip files for cm and google app to the phone. E.g external SD card.
press vol up + center + power for 10 sec until it reboots into the recovery loader
make a factory reset install from zip install cm (you need to browse to the directory where you put them) install google