Today my task was to install Ubuntu as second system on my Mac Mini.
I tried several USB Image creation tools [list]. At the end I’m going to use
YUMI which I found in the official Ubuntu manual.
nointremap solution: https://forums.opensuse.org/showthread.php/479576-problem-in-MAC-OS/page2
Select Linux Distributions and press tab to edit boot options
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Error code 1 for command: /var/www/bt/platforms/android/gradlew with args: cdvBuildRelease,-b,/var/www/bt/platforms/android/build.gradle,-Dorg.gradle.daemon=true
ERROR building one of the platforms: Error: /var/www/bt/platforms/android/cordova/build: Command failed with exit code 8
You may not have the required environment or OS to build this project
Installing Robot Framework
Install Selenium for Python and selenium2library for Robot Framework:
pip install selenium robotframework-selenium2library
Installing Ride GUI for Robot
Official guide: https://github.com/robotframework/RIDE/wiki/Installation-Instructions#installing-from-source
Step by step
Installing wxPython required by Ride (thanks to this SO answer):
sudo apt-get install python-wxgtk2.8 python-wxtools wx2.8-doc wx2.8-examples wx2.8-headers wx2.8-i18n
Now I’m going to install Robot Framework plugin for PyCharm.
Normally you may find a correct version by navigating to File->Settings->Plugins->Browse repositories
Download Robot Framework plugin for PyCharm here: plugins.jetbrains.com/plugin/7415
I’m still using PyCharm version 3.4, so I had to download an archive with 0.10.2 version supported by my PyCharm.
After download completed, in PyCharm open File->Settings->Plugins
Not too technical, but still… For a long time I was playing with some Android development, but it was always just for fun and never left the local computer or my own phone.
Now I’ve finally finished a tiny silly but cute app and started uploading it to the Play Store. What can I say – it’s like a new love to programming. Coding starts matter, you again care about all tiny details your app has. You have to groom it before showing to public and you feel it’s your child.
So definitely, if you’re tired of programming – try making some software for people.
To be continued…