[Twisted-Python] Re: DOUBTS PLEASE SOLVE

Kevin Horn kevin.horn at gmail.com
Mon Sep 29 14:11:12 MDT 2008

For a non-twisted solution, you can also try paramiko:

It might be a bit easier to wrap your brain around if you are very new to
the twisted way of doing things.

It should also work nicely on Win32 (I haven't checked in a while but the
last time I used it it worked fine).

Kevin Horn

On Sat, Sep 27, 2008 at 7:11 PM, paul <paul at subsignal.org> wrote:

> Jean-Paul Calderone schrieb:
>> On Sun, 28 Sep 2008 16:43:25 +0530, shweta mani <shweta3230 at gmail.com>
>> wrote:
>>> Hi al i am new to twisted. I had been assigned a project on SSH.
>>> the project is as follows.
>>> i have to login to a remote Linux machine through Windows
>>> i have to execute a shell script  and print the output back in Windows
>>> machine
>>> this needs to be done through SSH.
>>> Any clues . please help. i need it urgently
>> Take a look at the API docs and the examples.  Perhaps get a copy of
>> _Twisted Network Programming Essentials_ or find the Conch chapter
>> online.  If you get stuck, come back with specific questions.
> Hope this isn't too offensive but last time I checked conch didn't work on
> win32 (http://twistedmatrix.com/trac/ticket/50). I guess most users would
> be happy with a basic "secure RPC" implementation, no console stuff. No idea
> how much work that is though ...
> cheers
>  Paul
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