I’m finally extremely close to successfuly sending video frames through sockets and i have this error: Exception in Tkinter callback Traceback (most recent call last): File "C:UserseitanAnaconda3libtkinter__init__.py", line 1705, in __call__ return self.func(*args) File "C:UserseitanAnaconda3libtkinter__init__.py", line 749, in callit func(*args) File "E:/Chat/ex_client.py", line 50, in video_stream send_msg(bytes_frame) File "E:/Chat/ex_client.py", line 24, in send_msg msg, add ..
I’ve made a basic Mastermind game, which i’ll make more efficient as soon as i fix the problem related to LAN connection. My aim is to be able to play the game using LAN instead of just one laptop and to use exactly three pc’s: one will be the server, whose function would be creating ..
I have been following this guide (https://realpython.com/python-sockets/) as I dabble in client-server relations. While building the multiconnection server/client, I encountered this error: event read: 1 event write: 2 Traceback (most recent call last): File "multiconn-server.py", line 8, in <module> sel = selectors.DefaultSelector() AttributeError: module ‘selectors’ has no attribute ‘DefaultSelector’ This solution did not help: https://github.com/pantsbuild/pants/issues/8845 ..
I would like to get a code example to send a simple CAN message with the J1939 stack using Python. The following web site has a simple example to receive a J1939 message: https://justkding.me/thoughts/python-sae-j1939-socket-support The code on this page works great for receiving: import socket def main(): with socket.socket( family=socket.PF_CAN, type=socket.SOCK_DGRAM, proto=socket.CAN_J1939 ) as s: ..
Is there any way to send data from the server even if no client is connected to it in python using socket. Source: Python..
I’ve done thishttps://docs.opencv.org/3.4/d0/d6c/tutorial_dnn_android.html tutorial where you can run deep neural networks (dnn) on android using the phone’s camera and opencv. Using a Samsung Galaxy S9+, I am getting no noticeable delay, looks real time. I implemented a server script in python to be used in a raspberry pi 4 to use it’s PI camera to ..
I have an application that meeds to: talks in UDP support optionally disabling multicast. treat multicast message the same way as unicast message but with few restrictions I thought I should use same UDP socket to receive both unicast and multicast datagrams. # udp_multicast_recv.py # Python version used: 3.9.1 import socket import struct host = ..
I have made a server using socket in python which send data to the connected clients every second. Is there a way to send the data to all the connected client in a single thread insted of sending to the clients specifically through their own threads Source: Python..
I have the following code sending images to server using zmq. I am counting a number of frames sent per second and received per second on server side. I have noticed if I send 5 frames from client side on server side I am receiving 6 frames or 7 frames per second. Due to my ..
I’m trying to make a simple port scanner using python but it seems that it hangs duringrecv that the default timeout raise an exception and terminate the program. import socket, argparse parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(description="A Port scanner", usage="command -w <website> -p <port>", prog="Port Scanner") parser.add_argument("-w", nargs=1, type=str, required=True, dest="site", help="The website to scan") parser.add_argument("-p", nargs=1, type=int, ..