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TERMIOS.py

Hi, All:

I am a newbie in Python. I am trying to use pexpect package in the project.
But when I installed the package, it couldn't be used as termios.py was
missing. I checked the LIB directory. It had TERMIOS.py but no termios.py.
Could any body explain to me where can I found this file and solve this
problem? Thanks in advance.

Henry
Jul 18 '05 #1
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under windows : ren TERMIOS.py termios.py
Jul 18 '05 #2
Hi,
under windows : ren TERMIOS.py termios.py

I don't think that's the problem:

first: TEMIOS != termios. They are two different modules:
http://docs.python.org/lib/module-TERMIOSuppercase.html

second: Those two modules aren't available on windows.

I guess you either didn't install the module or you have a really old
python.

Regards,
Josef
Jul 18 '05 #3
Josef Meile <jm****@hotmail.com> wrote:
under windows : ren TERMIOS.py termios.py I don't think that's the problem:

first: TEMIOS != termios. They are two different modules:
http://docs.python.org/lib/module-TERMIOSuppercase.html

second: Those two modules aren't available on windows.

I guess you either didn't install the module or you have a really old
python.


I have TERMIOS.py under Python 2.3.4 for Windows.

I think it's actually installed by some other library (pyQt or
wxPython IIRC) if you Google it, there is a solution (I think it was
basically "just delete them both").
Jul 18 '05 #4

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