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The solution to my problem was as simple as adding on & to the end of each line. For example, os.system("./workspace/eclipse/eclipse &")


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If you just want to launch the commands, you don't need Python for that. A simple Bash script is largely enough. Notice the & at the end of every line. workspace/eclipse/eclipse & ../../usr/bin/jvisualvm & docker-compose -f s3_dynamodb.yml up & If, for some reason, you can't use Bash, then Python can actually do that too with POpen: ...


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You might want to take a look at the following projects: https://icculus.org/mojosetup/ https:// github.com/megastep/loki_setup https:// github.com/probonopd/AppImageKit The first two projects are installers that have been used to package many games. MojoSetup's page has a list of games packaged with it, for example. The AppImageKit's documentation has ...


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Actually, in worst case, none of your threads may be executing. Linux has plenty of its own threads that it also needs to schedule. You can always request to run multiple threads, but only by assigning a high priority to them can you hope to have them running simultaneously. No guarantees. Assigning a core affinity to a thread is a bad idea. That could ...


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You can use Phonegap to develop iOS Apps without a Mac, but currently you would still need a Mac to publish your application to the App Store. But now your are also able to do this task with our cloud application https://www.wenz.io/ApplicationLoader. Currently we are in beta and you can use the service for free. Best regards, Steffen Wenz (I'm the creator ...


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I've managed to paralellize it using GNU Parallel. Firstly, I had to make a slight changes to the script - I had to make sure that only the "file" part will use seek to restart file pointer(you can't seek on pipe). I also had to use this hack to get utf8 stdout/stdin: reload(sys) sys.stedefaultencoding('utf8') After that, I was ready to call the script: ...


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If you want to get real CPU parallelization as Mason stated you need to get around GIL by forking instead of using threads. This has extra overhead compared to threads but it may work if the process time is the bottleneck. The best way to achieve this in a non-hacky way is to use multiprocess.Pool and use a variant of map. This will dispatch your iterable ...


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Probably not. Python has what's known as a Global Interpreter Lock that ensures that the interpreter is never running on more than one thread of a process at a time. This means that, unless your processing is making very heavy use of native code processing such as NumPy that spends most of its time outside of the interpreter, it is impossible to speed it ...


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We were able to build OpenSSL for WCE7, same libraries that Linux uses for its application level security. Then we built that into our app. So for your question, we think security wise, it was about the same as Linux. For us, what also helped were tools for debugging, detecting priority inversion problems, and monitoring CPU and memory usage. We found one ...



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