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21 Apr 2006
Hello,

has anybody already compiled wxpython or would be willing to do so?

Wxpython is the python binding for wxwindows, a very nice gui toolkit. For more information see http://www.wxpython.org/ or for some examples http://www.wxpython.org/screenshots.php .

Regards,

Fabian
19 Dec 2005
Hi,

I have compiled screen, it's a nice program to manage several shell sessions (and much more). The official page is under http://www.gnu.org/software/screen/ , a good howto can be found here: http://gentoo-wiki.com/TIP_Using_screen.

As a quickstart, install screen, then run screen and you have a new session. Start a long running process like make or ping (or something else), then press CTRL + a and then d to detach the session. Now you can do something else, if you want to go back just start screen -R.

CTRL + a and then c starts another session in screen, CTRL + a and " lists all running sessions. It's very convinient to work with screen when you log in from remote from time to time and want to check the progress of your processes on your z.

I hope you like it.

Regards,

Fabian

P. S.: I have just seen that pgas has already provided this in his feed but maybe the quickstart is helpfull to somebody....
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28 Dec 2004
Hello,

congratulations to rc8, another great release.

As with every new release, there are more users posting new tips and questions. It's good to have that knowledge available in the forum, but it's for sure not the best way to structure this kind of information.

A good solution for structuring that knowledge would be a wiki. I have read in the previous posts, that there is one planned for the pdaxrom-website, so what is the status of that?

I know that the current wiki at zug is closed because of vandalism, but modern wikis like mediawiki provide security features to keep your data save (http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/MediaWiki_feature_list), so an update of the wiki engine could solve that issue (needs only apache, php, mysql).

There are so many users contributing on this forum, so I think it's really necessary to have some kind of wiki. To avoid fragmentation, it should be on zug or pdaxrom, but if that's not possible in the short term I would also vote for an external solution.

Maybe you have already implemented a wiki, but if not please consider this opportunity. Personally, I would like to contribute both content and implementation, so if you have the webspace let's get it running :-)

With best regards,

Fabian
12 Dec 2004
Hello,

does anybody know whether it is possible to use mysql4 together with the current version of python for rc5? If yes, where could you download the necessary python module?

In the unstable feed, there is a module for sqlite which is working ok but nothing for mysql, right?

Thanks for your answers in advance.

Regards,

Fabian
10 Nov 2004
Hello,

could anybody please compile pysqlite, so that we can use python together with sqlite.

I downloaded the IPK from the project website (http://sourceforge.net/forum/forum.php?forum_id=210558) but that version is not compatible with the current python2.3.4 for pdaxrom.

Thank you very much in advance.

Fabian
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