starting a client remotely

jacopo jacopo.pecci at
Mon Aug 31 12:08:04 CEST 2009

thank you Diez,
unfortunatelly I am on Windows NT.
Did you use SSH in a python script?
Isn't multiprocessing.managers already doing something like Pyro?


On Aug 31, 12:47 pm, "Diez B. Roggisch" <de... at> wrote:
> jacopo wrote:
> > I am playing with multiprocessing and I would like to have a python
> > script on one machine which initialize my whole system, in other
> > words, this script should start the server (a python script) on my
> > local machine and the clients (python scripts) on the other machines
> > in my local network.
> > Would you have any suggestion?
> This isn't possible witout some kind of service running on the remote
> machine. You don't write what OS you are using, on unix'ish machines this
> can be easily accomplished using SSH to invoke a remote-command that starts
> your server. I've used that + Pyro in the past to create distributed
> systems.
> Diez

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