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Remote Command a Python Script

Hello,

I've installed Python 2.5 on my WRT54G Linksys Router. On this router
a script is executed. This script write a little Pickle database in
the router memory.

I would like to write another Python script which will be able to :

1. Stop and start the remote script from my Windows Computer. At
present I use Putty to connect to the router by the SSL, then I
manually kill the python process.

2. Retrieve the little database located in router memory and backup it
on my Window PC. At present I use WinSCP (like FTP) to get the pickle
file.

Can you help me with that (modules to use, useful code snippets)

Thank a lot,

Maxime

Sep 21 '07 #1
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Ulysse wrote:
Hello,

I've installed Python 2.5 on my WRT54G Linksys Router. On this router
a script is executed. This script write a little Pickle database in
the router memory.

I would like to write another Python script which will be able to :

1. Stop and start the remote script from my Windows Computer. At
present I use Putty to connect to the router by the SSL, then I
manually kill the python process.

2. Retrieve the little database located in router memory and backup it
on my Window PC. At present I use WinSCP (like FTP) to get the pickle
file.

Can you help me with that (modules to use, useful code snippets)
Check out pyro.

Diez
Sep 21 '07 #2
Ivo
Ulysse wrote:
Hello,

I've installed Python 2.5 on my WRT54G Linksys Router. On this router
a script is executed. This script write a little Pickle database in
the router memory.

I would like to write another Python script which will be able to :

1. Stop and start the remote script from my Windows Computer. At
present I use Putty to connect to the router by the SSL, then I
manually kill the python process.

2. Retrieve the little database located in router memory and backup it
on my Window PC. At present I use WinSCP (like FTP) to get the pickle
file.

Can you help me with that (modules to use, useful code snippets)

Thank a lot,

Maxime
or SPyRO
Sep 21 '07 #3

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