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13 Apr 2011 21:29 #8884 by BigJohnT
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Oh the only stupid question I've ever heard was from my oldest daughter... "Dad, can I have some money for cigarettes?"

John

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14 Apr 2011 07:57 #8890 by Mike_Eitel
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Hi John..

Are you sure ...

I have 2 daughters

;-()

Mike

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14 Apr 2011 12:05 #8898 by BigJohnT
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Well that is the one that sticks in my mind LOL. The youngest daughter learned from the oldest not to ask stupid questions like that...

John

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14 Apr 2011 13:45 - 14 Apr 2011 13:51 #8904 by dedetc
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BigJohnT wrote:

To execute a line of code like the apt-get one you open up a terminal and type it or copy (gotta use the right mouse for copy and paste in terminal) and paste it in then press enter. It will ask for your password and will NOT echo your keystrokes.


Is it the same to execute the line of code than to install each python through the Synaptic Package Manager? If I all ready downloaded all the required Python via Synaptic Package Manager do I still need to execute this line of code?
sudo apt-get install python-gtk2 python-gtkglext1 python-pyode python-opengl
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14 Apr 2011 13:51 #8905 by dedetc
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BigJohnT wrote:

BigJohnT wrote:

so you open up a terminal (Applications/Accessories/Terminal.


apt-get install does just that. It gets and installs all in one.

John


After executing the apt-get, what next? Or is that it? Can I run Pycam now?
By the way, I have one daughter and 3 sons, hope they don’t go asking stupid questions like that a few years from now. LOL

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14 Apr 2011 13:59 #8906 by BigJohnT
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You should be able to just open up a terminal and type in pycam.

John

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