This guide assumes the target host is already running CentOS (a derivate of Red Hat Enterprise Linux) or at least running the GRUB boot loader and that you have root access to this host.
The absolutely fastest way to get a simple web server up and running using Python 3, for development purposes.
Or if you are on Python 2.x:
Then just access
http://your-ip:8000 to access the web server contents. Hit ctrl+c to exit.
I just recently realized I had only 300 MB of free disk space on my Chromebook, when I should have about 8 GB of free disk space. After some investigation, I found that one of my extensions where not deleting its previous versions when it got updated. Here’s how you can detect and fix such an issue.
Here’s how to fix that nagging InsecurePlatformWarning warning in Python.
I’ve been struggling to install a portable/relocatable virtualenv with PySide 1.2.2 for Python 2.7. On Windows, this works out of the box but it’s more difficult on Linux and OS X, although I came up with a patch for OS X. This guide will not go into detail on portability/relocatability and will merely touch upon how to get started with PySide in a virtualenv. It looks like PySide 1.2.3 will have substantial changes which will allow for easier portability/relocatability and I will make a post on that as soon as it is generally available.
It took some trial and error to successfully install and license Maya 2016 in Ubuntu 14.04, and here’s how I did it.
There is a two-week delay before gsutil gets updated with the latest and greatest. If you want to try the new stuff out, pip install the SDK!
Then execute gsutil like this:
To access beta (or even alpha) features of gcloud, execute gcloud like this: