CptSupermrkt

New York, United States

Age: 29

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awarded Popular Question
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27
awarded Popular Question
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17
accepted MATLAB CPU usage out of control, even with -singleCompThread
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9
comment No "Add to Panel" menu in GNOME 3 Classic in CentOS 7
I'd love to hear the reason for the downvote.
Jul
6
awarded Notable Question
Jul
6
asked No "Add to Panel" menu in GNOME 3 Classic in CentOS 7
Jun
23
awarded Tumbleweed
Jun
16
asked CentOS 7: What is the difference between applications.menu and gnome-applications.menu?
Jun
16
asked Is there any way to decrypt/read /var/nfs/v4_state logs?
Jun
9
awarded Yearling
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9
awarded Yearling
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8
awarded Nice Question
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22
awarded Famous Question
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20
awarded Curious
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awarded Popular Question
May
12
comment Building Python 2.7.9 on a machine where Python 2.7.5 is the system default
The tl;dr is virtualenv is an amazing tool for an individual developer, but it's not the route I'd like to take for this project. As for, "why install a separate 2.7.9 instead of supplement the existing 2.7.5 installation with packages in a PYTHONPATH," (an option we considered) there's not enough room in these comments to explain our internal reasons. Should I take the lack of answers so far to mean that what I want to do simply isn't possible?
May
12
comment Building Python 2.7.9 on a machine where Python 2.7.5 is the system default
It's not for my personal use, we're setting up a server for our users and the specifications that have been requested of me is to set up an install of 2.7.9 separate from 2.7.5 that will be globally accessible via NFS for all users. Using virtualenv makes sense and ideally, we'd just have all users set up their own virtualenvs for all their projects. But we don't offer unlimited disk quota, and when told about virtualenv to manage their own environments, our researchers/academics/etc. have a, "I can't be bothered to do this, you're supposed to install and manage my stuff" attitude.
May
11
asked Building Python 2.7.9 on a machine where Python 2.7.5 is the system default
May
8
awarded Notable Question
May
8
asked "virtualenv-3.4" in Python 2.6?
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