execute commands and return output
eurleif at ecritters.biz
Sat Sep 10 13:30:14 CEST 2005
> Thank you for your help but I'm searching a different way.
> Moreover it doesn't work always (for exaple: try a 'dir' command).
> Because of I'm implementing a remote shell the
> [[os.popen('command').read()]] rapresents the best for me because it can
> also accepts arguments direclty (for example:
> os.popen('netstat -a -n -o').read() and this is a great advantage.
If you really need shell evaluation, try subprocess.Popen('foo',
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