I would appreciate any help I’m trying to run a cron which — executes python script – that opens terminal window and runs python script. It’s a websocket script that I need to be able to monitor the out in the window. Everything works fine when I run from a terminal window or from the ..
I am working with multiprocessing and I want to ask if there is some option to create new process with new terminal window in Ubuntu I have 3 processes starting simultaneously, but I want results from them in separated terminals for each Thanks Source: Python..
To automate simulations I created a single bash script (see beelow) running 3 python programs in parallel, interconnected with sockets, each in a new terminal. (The behavior of the software requires the 3 subprograms to be ran in separate terminals) #!/bin/bash gnome-terminal — ./orchestrator.py -c config/orchestrator/configWorstCaseRandomV.yml -v gnome-terminal — ./server.py -c config/server/config.yml -s config/server/systems/ault14mix.yml –simulate ..
This is a continuation of python double tabbing in cli to show compatible files only. May be the question was not clear at the previous question. The point is, in linux terminal emulator, with a pdf viewer, say evince, evince [tab] [tab] shows only pdf files as command line options. Similarly, an image viewer only ..
I’m running a python script (say p.py) which requires user input. I want to run this script by launching a desktop icon which links to a bash script which in turn runs the python script. Within the bash script, I have the following command: gnome-terminal –working-directory ~/"Path to Python script"/ -e "python p.py" This will ..
I am working on UBUNTU and I have file main.py with a code inside: #!/usr/bin/env python3 # coding=utf-8 import os import time from subprocess import Popen, PIPE, call, signal base_path = os.path.abspath(”) path_to_file = base_path + ‘/test_subprocess.py’ p = Popen([‘gnome-terminal’, "–", path_to_file]) time.sleep(2) os.kill(p.pid, signal.SIGKILL) I have test_subprocess.py with code like that: #!/usr/bin/env python3 # ..
I updated python3.5.2 to python3.8. I configured python3 to work with python3.8. sudo update-alternatives –config python3 give me this : Sélection Chemin Priorité État ———————————————————— 0 /usr/bin/python3.8 2 mode automatique 1 /usr/bin/python3.5 1 mode manuel * 2 /usr/bin/python3.8 2 mode manuel I downloaded pip3 (version 20.3.3) for python3(ie for 3.8) then I installed jupyter and ..
I would like to know how to suppress the Google flow output to make my output more clean. Here is the Quickstart.py code: creds =None if os.path.exists(‘token.pickle’): first_time_login = False with open(‘token.pickle’, ‘rb’) as token: creds = pickle.load(token) # If there are no (valid) credentials available, let the user log in. if not creds or ..
After upgrading from Ubuntu 18.04 to 20.04, several important packages don’t work anymore, including vim and gnome-terminal: vim > sudo apt install vim Reading package lists… Building dependency tree… Reading state information… Some packages could not be installed. This may mean that you have requested an impossible situation or if you are using the unstable ..
I am new in using os.system (in Python 3) and am trying to execute a program that I would normally run in a Linux terminal. I need to iterate a few times and am using something like the following loop: for item in item_list: os.system("gnome-terminal — program_execute "+item) The problem is that this loop simutaneously ..