I would like to know if it's possible in a bash script to include a python script in order to write (in the bash script) the return value of a funnction I wrote in my python program ?
my file "file.py" has a function which returns a variable value "my_value" (which represents the name of a file but anyway)
I want to create a bash script which has to be able to execute a commande lin
I think I may have botched my system. I have recently installed Ubuntu 14.04 on my computer.
One of the first things I did was install python 3.3 from source (using make altinstall); but then I realized that python 3.4 is already native in Ubuntu 14.04 and decided to remove the python 3.3 installation.
I've trying to setup a python application that is asking for a .crt and .key file, my provider has given me a .p7s (PKCS #7) and .crt (X.509) file that I current have installed in IIS. I'm wondering how I go about using my current certificates with my this python application? I'm assuming I need to covert/extract something from the .p7s or .crt.
nvpy is a notational velocity like notetaking application which syncs with simplenote.https://github.com/cpbotha/nvpyTo get going:sudo apt-get install python python-tk python-pip python-markdownsudo pip install nvpyThen create a .nvpy.cfg file in your home directory with following structure:[nvpy]
sn_username = simplenote_username
sn_password = simplenote_password(Substitute your simplenote userna