[Twisted-Python] Re: DOUBTS PLEASE SOLVE

shweta mani shweta3230 at gmail.com
Fri Oct 10 12:11:22 EDT 2008

hi folks
i need to execute a shell script file through SSH twisted or paramiko. if it
is a normal file then directly with the command  sh <filename>.sh it is
getting executed.            self.conn.sendRequest(self, 'exec',
common.NS(sh test1.sh), wantReply = 1)
but if a shell scripts asks for user input, this particular way does not
wait for user input. it just print the echo part .
is there any way so that interactive type of scripts can be executed in
Paramiko or Twisted Conch in a windows machine (remote login in a unix
machine through Paramiko SSH or Twisted)

i did try with another way in Paramiko which helps in opening a remote
window by creating an instance of SSHClient and invoking the method
invoke_shell(with some parametes) but remote shell window is not opening.
the method specifies starts a terminal shell window in SSH server.
i am forwarding the code

On Fri, Oct 3, 2008 at 9:13 PM, shweta mani <shweta3230 at gmail.com> wrote:

>  hi all it really helped.
>   On Thu, Oct 2, 2008 at 9:28 PM, George Pauly <george at ringdevelopment.com
> > wrote:
>> Would 'ls -l -R' do the trick?
>> -George
>> On Thu, 2008-10-02 at 11:40 +0530, shweta mani wrote:
>> > hi all i got the solution of listing all ls -l files in a listbox .
>> > Next problem is to use recurrsively ls -l command again if a user
>> > selects a directory. Can we use multiple in Linux commands within a
>> > program withoy using pipe. i am forwarding the code. i need to use ls
>> > -l command dependng on whether he chooses a directory.
>> >
>> > ..........
>> >
>> >         d = self.conn.sendRequest(self, 'exec', common.NS('ls -l'),
>> > wantReply = 1)
>> --
>> George Pauly
>> Ring Development
>> www.ringdevelopment.com
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