[Tutor] connect to a remote machine - Linux

Roy Mac roymac1 at ntlworld.com
Mon Jun 12 00:41:19 CEST 2006

Try looking at PyDO - This provides an interface between Python and your
database.  This allows you to change your database at a later time and not
have to change any Python.

The excerpt below is from:

PyDO (Python Data Objects) is an object-relational wrapper for
relational databases.  It provides a convenient API for retrieving and
manipulating data without constraining in any way how the data is
persisted at the RDBMS level.  Supported databases are:

   * postgresql
   * mysql
   * sqlite
   * mssql
   * oracle 

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Sent: Sunday, June 11, 2006 4:19 PM
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Subject: [Tutor] connect to a remote machine - Linux

Hi All,

I need to connect to a remote computer on the same network to store data
into its mysql database, and I need to do this using python script.

Although I've used mysql and python before, I have no idea how to access a
remote computer with Python. Also, I would have to enter a passphrase and
password to successfully connect to it.. 

I'd appreciate any help.


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