working in python and trying to make a subprocess work in a different directory from parent. made a super simplified test version and its not working def test: testPath1 = ‘C:"%HOMEPATH%"Desktop’ testPath2 = ‘C:UsersuserDesktop’ subprocess.Popen(‘dir’, cwd=testPath1, shell=True) test() this code works for testPath2 but not for testPath1 error: NotADirectoryError: [WinError 267] The directory name is ..
I’m trying to redirect python output to Windows app input that has GUI. I was trying to test the case with Rufus. Rufus only has input field available after you mount external drive and select the .iso file. After that you can choose the name for the bootable drive. I used subprocess module and my ..
I have been researching over on how to provide Python subprocess it’s own time and memory. import resource import subprocess def set_memory_time(seconds): limit_virtual_memory(seconds) usage_start = resource.getrusage(resource.RUSAGE_CHILDREN) print("usage_start ", usage_start) try: p = subprocess.check_output( [‘docker exec -it cpp_compiler sh -c "g++ -o Test1 prog1.cpp && ./Test1 < input.txt"’], shell=True) except Exception as e: print(e) usage_end = ..
Running on Windows (Admin rights), trying to call other executable from Python via subprocess library: >>> import subprocess >>> subprocess.run([‘C:UsersUserDownloadshashcat-6.2.1hashcat.exe’, ‘–help’], shell=True) hashcat (v6.2.1) starting… CompletedProcess(args=[‘C:UsersUserDownloadshashcat-6.2.1hashcat.exe’, ‘–help’], returncode=4294967295) >>> subprocess.call([‘C:UsersUserDownloadshashcat-6.2.1hashcat.exe’, ‘–help’], shell=True) hashcat (v6.2.1) starting… ./OpenCL/: No such file or directory 4294967295 >>> subprocess.getoutput([‘C:UsersUserDownloadshashcat-6.2.1hashcat.exe’, ‘–help’]) ‘hashcat (v6.2.1) starting…nn./OpenCL/: No such file or directoryn’ As shown, ..
I am attempting to make this subprocess handler below close the queuehandler background thread cleanly on windows. This example is setup to fail and generates a "Exception ignored" Invalid handle error because the subprocess is terminated. Note: this code only works on Windows cmd.exe if your prompt matches the regex pattern C:.*>$: import sys import ..
I have a use-case wherein I have used subprocess to pass , DB name and password with sqlcmd. But its not pasrsing the password. Seems like due to special characters. Code Sample: import subprocess file = "1.sql" passwrd = r"hello&2J$9T#3111" s = subprocess.call(["sqlcmd","-t","30", "-S", "HelloServer", "-U", "user1", "-P",passwrd, "-i", "1.sql", "-d","Tst"], shell=True) print(s) Error that ..
I am getting a strange error when I try to run a simple subprocess line. I often get a "OSError: [WinError 193] %1 is not a valid Win32 application" on the computer that I need the program to work on even though the same lines of code work on a different computer to open up ..
I’m trying to use CMD command with python script for my small "autoinstall" project. Command I want to use: WMIC /NODE:’kv-c112-11′ OS get Caption What I’ve got: result = subprocess.check_output([‘WMIC’, ‘/NODE:"kv-c112-11"’, ‘OS’, ‘get’, ‘Caption’]) result = str(result) print(result) In stdout I see: b” I expect to see: b’Caption rrnx8cxa0xa9xaaxe0xaexe1xaexe4xe2 Windows 10 x8axaexe0xafxaexe0xa0xe2xa8xa2xadxa0xef LTSC rrnrrn’ If ..
I’m running a python script through Jenkins on a Windows machine. The main python process is running at session_id = 0 i.e. it the "system user". I’m trying to launch from the script a call (subprocess.popen/call) to launch an executable. The problem is that i need that sub process to launch that executable as a ..
i write a code that works fine. So i created an exe file with pyinstaller. here comes the problem import subprocess import requests requests.get(‘url..’) print(‘something’) subprocess.Popen(‘python script.py’) This last line Popen causing problem. So i made my exe and it working on those computers who have python installed and configured at path. But if i ..