I try to capture a Window handle of a specific process. See this in a task manager But I am in trouble for several reasons: Id and Name of process is the same for all window. There are many handle window to capture (like 4 to 6 different windows) These windows have a different title ..
I am getting an error in R in Windows 10 about finding a directory while trying to install a package from GitHub*. Trying to troubleshoot this error led me to a few observations. For example, both Windows Explorer and my browser can find C:/PROGRA~1, but only my browser can find C:/PROGRA~1/R, where R is installed. ..
So, I have a python executable into c:Usersusermydirmyexe.exe , from myexe.exe i want delete the folder mydir. My idea was to create,then execute a batchscript with subprocess.Popen. The batch script will delete the process of my exe then delete the folder. My batchscript : taskkill /F /T /IM myexe.exe rmdir /s /q c:Usersusermydir My batch ..
On windows 10, I would like to suspend a whole process tree using NtSuspendProcess on each of the children/grand-children processes. I am starting the parent process using exec.Command("java", …) and the process tree should look like: myapp (executes cmd.Start()) __java (parent) __java |__proc1 __proc2 I am able to retrieve the process parent handle uintptr with: ..
i’m coming from linux to windows , writing a handle enumerator for learning trying to open handle from pid 4 , as Microsoft says in OpenProcess api documentation If the specified process is the System process or one of the Client Server Run-Time Subsystem (CSRSS) processes, this function fails and the last error code is ..
How can I print CPU, memory, disk and network statistics in percentage for a particular process or service using Windows Powershell? I want to print the process statistics shown by task manager using Powershell. I tried using Get-Process cmdlet but it does not give values in percentage. Source: Windows..
I have a compiled program not authored by me, that I would like to bring to a temporary halt once around every 16 milliseconds, so I can examine it’s internal state and graphical output, and resume execution when given some sort of signal. Being able to trigger a pause every time the window is redrawn ..
I’m trying to run afl-fuzz process in windows (winafl) via a ruby script for a predefined time. I tried something like this: afl_cmd = "start cmd /c " + afl_fuzz_cmd # Using start to open afl-fuzz in a new terminal pid = Process.spawn(afl_cmd) sleep fuzz_time # 60 sec for example Process.kill("KILL", pid) I also tried ..
I have a certain base of Python code (a Flask server). I need the server to perform a performance-critical operation, which I’ve decided to implement in C++. However, as the C++ part has other dependencies, trying out ctypes and boost.python yielded no results (not found symbols, other libraries even when setting up the environment, etc., ..
I’m trying to run an instance of autocad from my .Net code (using System.Diagnostics.Process). So far so good… However, while the autocad instance is still running, when I click on a drawing file using windows explorer, it launches a NEW instance of autocad, although a running one is already available. Since I’m using some launch ..