Deluge Error. No module named gobject

No module named gobject

No module named gobject

I just installed Deluge on Archlinux but the GUI kept failing to come up with  “No module named gobject”.

This happens because installing just the deluge package does not meet all the dependencies required to run the GUI. Install “python-gobject2″ and “pygtk” packages to satisfy the dependencies and Deluge will run fine.

$pacman -Sy python-gobject2 pygtk

Maybank SWIFT Code

Maybank’s SWIFT code if you need to setup a wire transfer from overseas banks.

SWIFT Code: MBBEMYKL
Bank Name: MALAYAN BANKING BERHAD (MAYBANK)
Address: 1st Floor Menara Maybank
100 Jalan Tun Perak
50050 Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia

MYR9.90 .my domains at Exabytes

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Exabyte’s running a .my domain sale for a few days. MYR 9.90 for the first year. It’s normally MYR120+/year.

To get yourself a .my domain you will need to be Malaysian or have a Malaysian base company. Exabytes [sponsored link]

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Spotify won’t play local files on Linux

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I’m running Spotify version 0.9.4.183-1 and  local mp3 files don’t play anymore.

All I get from the logs is “15:58:39.156 I [audio_driver_linux.cpp:18 ] Using PulseAudio”, no proper error message :(

After some googling, the fix was simple enough. Install the “ffmpeg-compat” package from the office repo.

sudo pacman -S ffmpeg-compat

Restart spotify and your local mp3 files should now play in your Spotify client.

Source: ArchWiki

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