Python Noob Question.
charles.xrandolph2 at gmail.com
Wed Dec 5 21:24:39 CET 2012
On Monday, December 3, 2012 4:19:51 PM UTC+2, Alexander Blinne wrote:
> by having a quick look at their website i found a plugin for CoreTemp
> which acts as a server and can be asked for status information of the
> cpu. Now your task is really simple: write a little function or class
> that opens a network socket, connects to that plugin und asks it for the
> information you require. You just need to find out what network protocol
> this plugin uses to communicate. If it is no standard protocol for which
> a higher level module is present (xmlrpc or something), see
> http://docs.python.org/3/library/socket.html for low level sockets.
Really sorry for the late reply, but I've got a lot going on lately.
Thanks a TON for your answer thought, this is exactly what I really hoped for.
The problem for me is that I don't actually know anything about writing a function that opens a network socket, and "connects to that plugin und asks it for the
information you require."
That's all really beyond me, all I can do is what I did so far, which is make it ask for your temperature value, and then test it to see if its an integer
Then (I added this for testing) It asks for any temperature value. And if it exceeds the given limit, it rings an alarm. Until it freezes and becomes unresponsive :D
I don't know how to make it 'query' or grab values constantly, if you don't mind my potentially incorrect terminology.
If you know how to do this, or could explain it really step by step to me, I would be ever so thankful. Or even if you know of somewhere which I could ask this.
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