Here’s a simple trick to figure out where your python libraries are stored.
You can go to http://www.nltk.org and download NLTK and all the extras – pyyaml, matplotlib, etc. However, these packages are now in the Fedora repositories which makes it a dead simple task to install.
Internet providers are already squashing net neutrality by throttling P2P, gaming, and other services. Using deep packet inspection they discriminate using artificial restrictions on content as they see fit. The FCC must take action to preserve the Internet as a free and open forum for all.
The campaign is good but the multiplayer is buggy. The next Call of Duty is right around the corner and it will blow MOH out of the water. If you need a quick FPS fix, go play COD4 or World at War.
I found a number of simple VBScript’s that relaunch themselves with elevated privileges using the “runas” verb just to launch another application or script. They just do it by re-invoking themselves with a bogus argument just to trigger the else clause the second time through. I don’t like the ampersand and underscore style, so I rewrote it a little less quirky.
You can change the default behavior of queries using the RPM command by putting a single line in your .rpmmacros. You can also do this manually each time by including the query format in your rpm command.
ver wish you could test your code on a machine that’s not connected to teh interwebs and doesn’t have python installed? I like portable applications for many reasons, mainly because they just work.