Linux shell to python

Paul van der Linden mail at paultjuh.org
Mon Jul 30 18:55:29 CEST 2012


You can do this with one subprocess.Popen and some python commands.

The alternative is to pipe some subprocess.Popen commands together.

Or for the quick way out (but I think you better stick with bash scripting then): http://pypi.python.org/pypi/sarge/

Don't know about it's stability/ubs/etc, never used it.
 
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From:Vikas Kumar Choudhary <vikas.choudhary at yahoo.co.in>
Sent:Mon 30-07-2012 09:34
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Dear friends,

I just joined the group.
I was trying porting from bash shell to python.

 let me know if someone has tried to implement (grep and PIPE)  shell commands in python `lspci | grep Q | grep  "$isp_str1" | grep "$isp_str2" | cut -c1-7'
 I tried to use python subprocess and OS.Popen modules.

Thanks & Regard's

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