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You can read the error message, right? Here are the steps to resolve similar case. For first time only: $ sudo apt-get install apt-file $ apt-file update Regular steps: $ locate -r Python.h$ /usr/include/python2.7/Python.h $ apt-file find /usr/include/python2.7/Python.h libpython2.7-dev: /usr/include/python2.7/Python.h $ sudo apt-get install libpython2....


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After reading about the project I don't recommend you to install this. Is too old and hasn't been active for years. If you still want to install it, I could hep you with your errors but probably you'll find plenty. The development package of python in elementary/Ubuntu is python-dev sudo apt install python-dev For the other stuff let's start to get the ...


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Open the .bashrc file in your home directory. Near the bottom of the file you will see the mentioned troublesome line: esac# added by Anaconda3 5.3.1 installer just add a newline and save, so it looks like this: esac # added by Anaconda3 5.3.1 installer


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I have seen that done before (2.7 replacing 2.4) and things didn't go really well. As @Renato A. has mentioned, lots of Linux packages uses Python 2. You can check the files on /bin or /usr/bin and see that some of them are actually just Python scripts or in some manner pointing to one. It's not obvious but scripts that are made for Python 2 won't ...


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In modern Linux kernels, you can use udev to detect removable disks. You can read about udev at: Ubuntu Manpages I'm not a Python expert, but i have find a module about using udev, so you can try with it: Pure Python udev bindings


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If the original package is still available somewhere in your repositories, you could do that with sudo apt install -f python=2.7.6 After this, you might still have to run sudo apt install -f a couple of time to get other dependencies downgraded as well.


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