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To permanently modify the default environment variables, click Start and search for ‘edit environment variables’, or open System properties, Advanced system settings and click the Environment Variables button. In this dialog, you can add or modify User and System variables. To change System variables, you need non-restricted access to your machine (i.e. Administrator rights).

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The variable is used by all versions of Python 2 and Python 3, so you should not permanently configure this variable unless it only includes code that is compatible with all of your installed Python versions.

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Changed in version 3.5.

Besides using the automatically created start menu entry for the Python interpreter, you might want to start Python in the command prompt. The installer has an option to set that up for you.

On the first page of the installer, an option labelled “Add Python to PATH” may be selected to have the installer add the install location into the PATH . The location of the Scripts\ folder is also added. This allows you to type python to run the interpreter, and pip for the package installer. Thus, you can also execute your scripts with command line options, see Command line documentation.

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The Python launcher for Windows is a utility which aids in locating and executing of different Python versions. It allows scripts (or the command-line) to indicate a preference for a specific Python version, and will locate and execute that version.

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Changed in version 3.6.

System-wide installations of Python 3.3 and later will put the launcher on your PATH . The launcher is compatible with all available versions of Python, so it does not matter which version is installed. To check that the launcher is available, execute the following command in Command Prompt:

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Thanks for reporting this Scott. I'm guessing one of two things is happening here:

On the other hand, if Archivo works just fine after uninstalling TiVo Desktop, then my guess is there was another application running that was temporarily blocking the port Archivo needed. The next beta release will be able to detect when this happens and give you the option of retrying the search, which might also help.

Maybe Norton was blocking Archivo from accessing the network port it needs to search for TiVos, but I'm not sure why installing TiVo Desktop would suddenly fix that.

I've received reports from a few folks that Archivo can't find their TiVos while certain other software is running, including older versions of Plex and certain releases of nVidia's Experience software. What seems to be happening is these programs are locking the port Archivo needs to search for TiVos, and as soon as they shut down the offending program, Archivo is able to find their TiVos. I'm guessing that may be happening here as well, because there's no link between TiVo Desktop and Archivo. To test this, you should be able to completely uninstall TiVo Desktop, then start up Archivo. If it suddenly can't find your TiVo again, then the idea that something in the TiVo Desktop installation opened up a hole in Norton's firewall seems much more likely, so the next troubleshooting step would be to disable the firewall and startup Archivo. If that works, then we know it's a firewall issue and I can look into ensuring Archivo is whitelisted by Norton going forward.

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Thanks Todd—I’m traveling this week, I’ll experiment when I’m back home next week.

From: Todd Kulesza [mailto: notifications@github.com ] Sent: Saturday, February 27, 2016 2:16 PM To: fflewddur/archivo Cc: Feier, Scott Subject: Re: [archivo] Archivo can't find Tivo from Win 10 PC unless Tivo Desktop is installed ()

Thanks for reporting this Scott. I'm guessing one of two things is happening here:

— Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHubhttps://github.com/fflewddur/archivo/issues/53#issuecomment-189738499.

I've received reports from a few folks that Archivo can't find their TiVos while certain other software is running, including older versions of Plex and certain releases of nVidia's Experience software. What seems to be happening is these programs are locking the port Archivo needs to search for TiVos, and as soon as they shut down the offending program, Archivo is able to find their TiVos. I'm guessing that may be happening here as well, because there's no link between TiVo Desktop and Archivo. To test this, you should be able to completely uninstall TiVo Desktop, then start up Archivo. If it suddenly can't find your TiVo again, then the idea that something in the TiVo Desktop installation opened up a hole in Norton's firewall seems much more likely, so the next troubleshooting step would be to disable the firewall and startup Archivo. If that works, then we know it's a firewall issue and I can look into ensure Archivo is whitelisted by Norton going forward.

Figure 1

Trial profile.

Baseline characteristics of all patients and in each of the treatment arms are shown in Table 1 . No significant baseline differences were observed between the amlodipine and placebo arms. Baseline characteristics of the patients stratified into reduction and prevention groups are presented in supplemental Table 1, with no significant differences in treatment arms in these subgroups either. Cardiac iron overload defined by T2* <35 ms (MIC >0.59 mg/g) was observed in 50% of the amlodipine arm and 52% of the placebo arm, with 27% of the patients in the former arm with T2* <20 ms (MIC >1.16 mg/g) vs 14% in the latter ( P = .33). No significant differences in initial MIC were found in the reduction group between patients allocated to amlodipine or placebo treatment, with a median of 1.31 mg/g (range, 0.64-12.81) vs 0.77 mg/g (range, 0.61-4.34), respectively ( P = .17). There was 1 outlier in the amlodipine group whose removal brought the median in this group to 1.08 mg/g (range, 0.64-4.26). Because all other statistical results were similar after exclusion of this outlier, we chose to perform the analysis while keeping all patients.

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Baseline characteristics of patients

Iron intake during the 12 months of follow-up was similar in both arms, with 173 ± 57 mg/kg per year in the amlodipine arm vs 177 ± 56 mg/kg per year in the placebo arm ( P = .82). No significant differences were observed in modifications in chelation therapy between the 2 arms ( P = .31): chelator doses were escalated by the primary physician in 30% of the patients in the amlodipine arm and in 24% in the placebo arm, and doses were decreased in 27% and 14% of the patients, respectively, with a full description of baseline and 12-month chelation regimens presented in supplemental Table 2.

Between-subject treatment effects analysis provided strong evidence of a significant interaction between treatment effects and baseline MIC and indicated that the effect of treatment differed depending on the initial MIC ( P = .005 for interaction; supplemental Figure 1). As a result, the effects of amlodipine were evaluated separately in each subgroup and not as a main effect in the whole cohort. Individual patient changes for all subjects are presented in supplemental Figure 2. Patients treated with amlodipine in the reduction group showed significant decrease in MIC at 12 months (primary outcome of the study) compared with patients treated with placebo after 12 months of treatment ( LeeSTRAP LOGO TANK Top orange TWePn
). MIC in the amlodipine arm significantly reduced from a baseline of 1.31 mg/g (range, 0.64-12.81) to 1.05 mg/g (range, 0.48-10.81), P = .02. MIC did not change significantly in patients receiving placebo, going from 0.77 mg/g (range, 0.61-4.34) at baseline to 0.75 (range, 0.49-4.59) at 12 months ( P = .76). There was a significant difference in the median change in MIC in patients receiving amlodipine compared with placebo (median, −0.26 mg/g [95% confidence interval [CI], −1.02 to −0.01] vs 0.01 mg/g [95% CI, −0.13 to 0.23], P = .02; Table 2 ). The median percentage change in the amlodipine arm was −21.3% (95% CI, −31.9 to −1.33) vs +2.2% (95% CI, −15.5 to 8.5) in the placebo arm ( P = .06). On a patient-by-patient evaluation, MIC increased in 8 patients (53%) in the placebo arm after 12 months compared with 3 patients (20%) that received amlodipine (relative risk, 0.38 [95% CI, 0.13–1.15], P = .09). There was no significant difference between the treatment arms in the number of patients that decreased or maintained their chelator doses: 9 (60%) in the amlodipine arm and 11 (73%) in the placebo arm.

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