Server import socket from socket import AF_INET, SOCK_STREAM, SO_REUSEADDR, SOL_SOCKET, SHUT_RDWR import ssl KEYFILE = ‘server_key.pem’ CERTFILE = ‘server_cert.pem’ def echo_client(s): while True: data = s.recv(8192) print(data.decode(“utf-8″)) if data == b”: break s.send(b’This is a response.’) print(‘Connection closed’) s.close() def echo_server(address): s = socket.socket(AF_INET, SOCK_STREAM) s.bind(address) s.listen(1) s.setsockopt(SOL_SOCKET, SO_REUSEADDR, 1) s_ssl = ssl.wrap_socket(s, keyfile=KEYFILE, certfile=CERTFILE, […]
I found this to be much more difficult than I thought it would be. The solution was simple, but finding it was a bit of a pain. Here is the solution: Extremely simple, but it caused me a fair amount of headache to figure that out. Common errors that might bring you to this post: AttributeError: […]
I got this the other day and was most confused because I already had python-tk installed. Turns out the error message is a bit misleading. If you are running python 3 you have to install the python3 version of tkinter with the command: sudo apt-get install python3-tk Hope this helps.
This code is for Python 3. I was surprised to discover that I couldn’t really find a good way to do this when I Googled for a solution. I just kept getting results for Google’s youtube API, which is great… but also massive overkill for what I wanted to do. I just wanted to search […]
pyCiscoConsole v1.00- A Class Based Approach for Serial IO to a Cisco Device Contents Overview Requirements Installation CiscoDevice Class Public Methods __init__ set_receive_wait get_mode set_mode send_command DeviceMode Class Usage Example Downloads Overview pyCiscoConsole provides a class based interface for communicating with a Cisco device over a console cable. pyCiscoConsole is single threaded and uses a heuristic […]
For my latest project I wanted to communicate with a Cisco device over serial via the console port with my python program. It isn’t overly complicated, but it took me a bit to hack together something that worked properly and I thought I’d share it with everyone. Below is the code: The first line opens […]
I’ve been looking for a clean and simple way to download youtube music in my progOverEmail program and stumbled across a module called pafy I wanted to share. You can download pafy here. It’s super simple to use. All you have to do is drop pafy.py into the same folder as your other python code […]
This is an oddly specific post, but I recently had this situation come up and solving it was actually not very straightforward. Specifically, I was writing a program to interpret commands and this program happened to split different arguments by spaces. So what if you have something like this: FTP CD “This is a file […]