msg101647 - (view) Author: Sridhar Ratnakumar (srid) Date: 2010-03-24 18:26 Note that typing "foo.bar" in the Windows command line works, only subprocess is not able to find the executable. share|improve this answer edited Dec 3 '13 at 9:04 answered Dec 2 '13 at 14:18 aIKid 11.7k31941 Actually I want to call an executable, but that does not work bellman @ lysator.liu.se only proved it correct, not tried it." ! Messages (3) msg180520 - (view) Author: Pekka Klärck (pekka.klarck) Date: 2013-01-24 13:09 If you add a directory into PATH on Windows so that the directory is in quotes, subprocess does not http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3022013/windows-cant-find-the-file-on-subprocess-call
I have a hugh problem and I need to came out with the solution as soon as I can. Administration User List Committer List Help Tracker Documentation Tracker Development Report Tracker Problem Issue8224 classification Title: subprocess.Popen raises WindowsError if there is a dot in program name Type: behavior Stage: resolved Sebastian Feb 1 '15 at 13:47 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign up using Facebook Sign up Make Love -- Nicht Wahr!
My guess it I'm just not getting the subprocess.Popen in general, and therefor I'm missing something required on the syntax. import Bio import csv from Bio.Blast import NCBIXML from Bio.Blast import NCBIWWW q_id =  with... You are waiting for your subprocess to complete without reading away what it prints. Python Subprocess Windows Error 2 I...
What legal documents are Italian citizens supposed to carry when traveling to Ireland? Python Filenotfounderror: [winerror 2] The System Cannot Find The File Specified The same command works when being called through the os.system() method. –Sri Jun 13 '10 at 12:33 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote On Windows you have to call There, you'll find a block starting with if shell: that will search the environment for said variable and use it to create the arguments used to launch the process. dir ...it of course prints the present folder content.
msg235393 - (view) Author: Tim Golden (tim.golden) * Date: 2015-02-04 18:06 Under the covers, subprocess is calling CreateProcess so there's really not very much we can do here, short of writing Python The System Cannot Find The Path Specified Some binaries are not located in PATH depending on your user, system and software installation. Currently it sea... I'll help you from there.
Thanks, Darren Mar 17 '06 #1 Post Reply Share this Question 3 Replies P: n/a Fredrik Lundh Darren Dale wrote: If I change my script a bit, I get a different https://bugs.python.org/issue17023 Thanks for the tips Marty2. File Line 958, In _execute_child Startupinfo) Any ideas? Python Subprocess.popen Cannot Find File more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed
The COMSPEC variable was set to %SystemRoot%\system32\cmd.exe;%SystemRoot%\system32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0; Changed it to %SystemRoot%\system32\cmd.exe; and now it is working correctly. http://rss4medics.com/cannot-find/python-the-system-cannot-find-the-path-specified.php Here is the ouput from the terminal. asked 2 years ago viewed 7087 times active 2 years ago Upcoming Events 2016 Community Moderator Election ends Nov 22 Related 4“The system cannot find the file specified” when invoking subprocess.Popen I went with number 3 and I am actually seeing a pattern that matches the error messages I was getting when I was debugging. Pytesseract Filenotfounderror: [winerror 2] The System Cannot Find The File Specified
When I add shell=True to subprocess.Popen a new error appears that there is no directory C:/Flow, I think because the shell has a hard time processing spaces... Python Subprocess No Such File Or Directory I wanted to write: "This issue might be documented in subprocess documentation" :-/ msg101669 - (view) Author: R. Was This Post Helpful? 1 Back to top MultiQuote Quote + Reply ← Previous Topic Python Next Topic → Page 1 of 1 Related Python TopicsbetaUsing Subprocess.Popen() To Run Bash
Any ideas? Try calling Popen() with something that prints more data, like ['find', '/', '-print'] on a Unix box, and you will notice that problem. Plus, i have run the same code on my computer but when i run the same code in my remote desktop; it gives this error. –Umer Javed Jan 14 at 10:46 Returned Non-zero Exit Status 1 BLASTp query/options error Hello everyone, I am performing standalone blastp, I already used these commands on windows but ...
Basic Geometric intuition, context is undergraduate mathematics Polyglot Anagrams Cops' Thread Is adding the ‘tbl’ prefix to table names really a problem? History Date User Action Args 2010-03-2510:08:29eric.smithsetstatus: open -> closednosy: + eric.smithmessages: + msg101688resolution: not a bugstage: test needed -> resolved 2010-03-2502:06:06r.david.murraysetmessages: + msg101669 2010-03-2501:49:30hayposetmessages: + msg101667 2010-03-2501:48:54hayposetnosy: + haypomessages: + msg101666 for dir you would type: import subprocess subprocess.call('dir', shell=True) Hope this helps, Douglas To quote from the documentation: The only time you need to specify shell=True on Windows is when the have a peek at these guys The statement p = subprocess.call('dir', shell=True) works fine on another machine and I think that it is related.
share|improve this answer answered Nov 18 '13 at 7:59 Martijn Pieters♦ 507k7513351488 Thank you for the response. share|improve this answer answered Dec 2 '13 at 19:10 zigg 8,23122038 Nice! To reproduce: C:\>python --version Python 2.7.3 C:\>type test\script.bat @echo off echo hello C:\>set ORIG=%PATH% C:\>set PATH=%ORIG%;test C:\>script.bat hello C:\>python -c "from subprocess import call; call('script.bat')" hello C:\>set PATH=%ORIG%;"test" C:\>script.bat hello C:\>python docs.python.org/2/library/… –nu everest Feb 13 at 15:18 1 @nueverest Only when the the command string is constructed from external input –Jirka-x1 Jul 22 at 16:59 add a comment| up vote