Terminating a subprocess question

Ernesto erniedude at gmail.com
Wed Mar 29 19:49:01 CEST 2006


Diez B. Roggisch wrote:
> Ernesto wrote:
>
> > I'm opening a telnet session with the subprocess call below.  I then
> > wait ten seconds and attempt to terminate the telnet window I created.
> > Unfortuantely, the telnet window remains after the 'TerminateProcess"
> > call below.  This software works great for opening an executable
> > directly (i.e.  Handle = subprocess.Popen("myProgram.exe), but here I'm
> > using the Windows 'start' command inside, which I think has an effect.
> >
> >
> > Is there another way I can force termination of the telnet session I
> > create ?
>
> Maybe using the module telnetlib instead?
>
> Diez

oh ok great !  But how would I create a log file.  Couldn't seem to
find that here:

http://python.active-venture.com/lib/telnet-objects.html

http://pydoc.org/1.6/telnetlib.html

Plus, everytime, I tried to use the read_all object, my program crashed
pretty hard...

tn = telnetlib.Telnet("localhost",6000)
print tn.read_all()
# CRASH




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