Handle With Linux: "There's a scripting environment available for the Android and that makes it possible to run python, which in turn makes it possible to run the python version of stkeys."
on 06/10/2010 – Made popular on 06/10/2010
Handle With Linux: "Reasons for using a reverse shell include: you can bypass firewalls, you can connect to your phone without knowing the ip, the connection is initiated from the phone so you don't need to have a ssh server listening on your phone. Just think of all the fun this makes possible!"
Tech Source: "You might not find quite as many experienced Python developers as .Net or Java folks, in part because Python is younger than Java and hasn't had the corporate push of .Net. Still, Python's doing well enough in developer adoption to make it a solid choice."
I recall reading somewhere that there is a Portage API for Python, yet I cannot find any documentation on it. I'm working on an auto-update script for my server, and would love to use an API to run emerge rather than calling it from the command line and parsing the output.
Does anyone know if this API even exists, and if so, is there any documentation on it?