Needed something to do this from Linux quickly.
|net rpc service list -W domain.work.org -S servername -U domain\username||grep “SQL Server (“|
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I’m slapping this here as its may save a couple of minutes of googling in the future.
sudo apt-get install libmotif-dev
Add net.ipv4.tcp_window_scaling=0 to your /etc/sysctl.conf file to fix a strange popup error
Run free in the bountiful citrix’y hills!
Hey all, just a quickly as this took a little googling.
If you need winexe to remote administer a windows box..
Grab a package from here: https://launchpad.net/~jdthood/+archive/winexe/+packages
Finally open a terminal and try:
winexe -U domain\username //machinename ‘cmd’
Also you may want to hunt down wmic (wmi-client), its also not in the repos, but is available to be compiled from zenoss.
If I find the guide for this again I’ll make another post about it.
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Tonight I found a site called wiki summaries.
It summarises books.
If you need to interact with Microsoft Web Services from python grab suds from whatever repo you have handy and relax! I had a brief dabble with Soappy but it seems this is now deprecated and had a couple of issues.
Here is your quickstart to talk to a soap based .net web service with suds
from suds.client import Client #chances are you have a asmx url, make sure you add # ?wsdl on the end url = "https://www.yourwebsite.org/yourwebservice/webservice.asmx?wsdl" client = Client(url) print client.service.yourMethod(args)
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The code for my AD library ADdled will be uploaded later this week to this page.
It will have basic functionality for connecting, searching and retrieving data and the beginnings of the write-back methods.
I’ll be expanding this along with pressly over the coming weeks in order to get them up towards something I’d be happy calling a beta.
In that time I also need to get myself familiar with the unittest system for python as I want to have decent test coverage. One thing I don’t know yet is how to write decent tests for systems that require login details…ah well I’m sure that will be revealed soon enough!
And we are up on launchpad, got to say the information provided by the Ubuntu Developer week logs was stellar and really helped me get going.
I’m much more used to writing things either just for work or for my own use so getting code out there in this way feel great.
For those who want to have a tinker, you can find it here.
I’m also beavering away at getting my Active Directory library up on line soon. I’ll keep you posted on that as it develops.
Dammit, sometimes it just all seems to fall into place.
Just 2 minutes ago, I realised I hadn’t tagged the last 4 posts and so I thought I best test the library:
for index,post in list(enumerate(blog[:4])): post["tags"]=["python","wordpress"] blog[index]=post
That’ll do just fine!
Right, next stop.. comments!
As I mentioned a few posts back, tags are a bit weird. I had assumed that you would be able to query for a list of posts belonging to a certain tag but apparently not.
What I have gone for instead is to scrape the rss feed for the tag, and from that grab the post ids.
As there could be hundreds the call returns post objects which behave like dicts but can retrieve the data from the server as it is accessed.
So to grab all the posts tagged ‘python’ and print the body text of the first post you can do this:
tagged_posts = blog["python"] print tagged_posts["body"]
Here’s what you do to change a post’s title with my library:
# get most recent post post = blog # edit the posts title post.title = "hey a new title!" # push post back to blog blog = post
Tags are an interesting beasty with wordpress, I can’t query for all posts with a tag, but I can get the rss feed for a tag, so I’m hoping I can pull the info from there.
Will keep ye posted