Monday, July 8, 2019

Fedora 30 : Using the python-wikitcms.

This python module named python-wikitcms can be used for interacting with the Fedora wiki.
The Fedora wiki used Fedora's Wikitcms.
Today I test it and works great with Fedora distro version 30.
First, the install of the fedora package with DNF tool:
[root@desk mythcat]# dnf install python3-wikitcms.noarch
Downloading Packages:
(1/8): python3-mwclient-0.9.3-3.fc30.noarch.rpm 186 kB/s |  61 kB     00:00    
(2/8): python3-fedfind-4.2.5-1.fc30.noarch.rpm  314 kB/s | 105 kB     00:00    
(3/8): python3-cached_property-1.5.1-3.fc30.noa  41 kB/s |  20 kB     00:00    
(4/8): python3-requests-oauthlib-1.0.0-1.fc29.n 313 kB/s |  40 kB     00:00    
(5/8): python3-jwt-1.7.1-2.fc30.noarch.rpm      112 kB/s |  42 kB     00:00    
(6/8): python3-oauthlib-2.1.0-1.fc29.noarch.rpm 293 kB/s | 153 kB     00:00    
(7/8): python3-simplejson-3.16.0-2.fc30.x86_64. 641 kB/s | 278 kB     00:00    
(8/8): python3-wikitcms-2.4.2-2.fc30.noarch.rpm 264 kB/s |  84 kB     00:00
I used this simple example to get information about the Fedora wiki:
[mythcat@desk ~]$ python3
Python 3.7.3 (default, May 11 2019, 00:38:04) 
[GCC 9.1.1 20190503 (Red Hat 9.1.1-1)] on linux
Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>>> from import Wiki
>>> my_site = Wiki()
>>> event = my_site.current_event
>>> print(event.version)
31 Rawhide 20190704.n.1
>>> page = my_site.get_validation_page('Installation','23','Final','RC10')
>>> for row in page.get_resultrows():
...     print(row.testcase)
>>> dir(my_site)
I used this source code to login with my account.
>>> my_site.login()
A webpage is open to get access to the account and show this info:
The OpenID Connect client Wiki Test Control Management System is asking to authorize access for mythcat. this allow you to access it 
After I agree with this the page tells me to close it:
You can close this window and return to the CLI
The next examples show you how to get and show information from the wiki:
>>> print(my_site.username)
>>> result = my_site.api('query', titles='Mythcat')
>>> for page in result['query']['pages'].values():
...             print(page['title'])
>>> for my_contributions in my_site.usercontributions('Mythcat'):
...     print(my_contributions)
This python module comes with low documentation.

Sunday, June 30, 2019

Fedora 30 : The Pythonic tool.

The tutorial for today is about Pythonic tool.
Named Pythonic is a graphical programming tool that makes it easy for users to create Python applications using ready-made function modules.
This tool providing the consistent features and characteristics of a trading bot with just a few clicks.
The Pythonic tool is currently available in four languages: English, German, Spanish, and Chinese. 
The tool comes with basic functions such as a scheduler, if-branches, connectivity, and logging functions are available out of the box and can be parameterized using a corresponding GUI.
Each graphical element is functionally processed individually.
The base idea is: A unique graphical input mask to carry out the parameterization necessary for processing, then after a process completes successfully, the returned result can be transferred to a subsequent process for further use.
You can use server processes can be placed in parallel in the background as listener applications that wait for external events and initiate the creation of a process when the event arrives.
Pythonic's data type list makes it easy to utilize different access techniques (push, pop, insert, append).
The install of this tool is easy on Fedora 30 distro:
[mythcat@desk ~]$ python3.7 -m pip install Pythonic --user
Collecting Pythonic
Successfully installed PyQt5-5.8.2 Pythonic-0.12 pandas-0.24.2 pythonic-binance-0.7.2
This is a screenshot with this tool.

Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Fedora 30 : About HTTPie.

From the official website we can get this info about this tool.
HTTPie consists of a single http command designed for painless debugging and interaction with
  • HTTP servers, RESTful APIs, and web services:
  • Sensible defaults;
  • Expressive and intuitive command syntax;
  • Colorized and formatted terminal output;
  • Built-in JSON support;
  • Persistent sessions;
  • Forms and file uploads;
  • HTTPS, proxies, and authentication support;
  • Support for arbitrary request data and headers;
  • Wget-like downloads;
  • Extensions;
  • Linux, macOS, and Windows support;
  • And more…
Let's install this tool:
[root@desk mythcat]# dnf install httpie
  httpie-0.9.4-13.fc30.noarch       python3-pygments-2.2.0-16.fc30.noarch 
Let's try a simple example:
[mythcat@desk ~]$ http
HTTP/1.1 301 Moved Permanently
CF-RAY: 4e18f3613c36acf4-OTP
Cache-Control: max-age=3600
Connection: keep-alive
Date: Tue, 04 Jun 2019 09:41:22 GMT
Expires: Tue, 04 Jun 2019 10:41:22 GMT
Server: cloudflare
Transfer-Encoding: chunked
Vary: Accept-Encoding
The tool can also be tested online here.

Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Fedora 30 : Commands and tools that handle assembly files - part 002.

Another good approach to this topic is this Fedora tool.
The development team tells us: GNUSim8085 is a graphical simulator, assembler and debugger for the Intel 8085 microprocessor in Linux and Windows.

  • A simple editor component with syntax highlighting.
  • A keypad to input assembly language instructions with appropriate arguments.
  • Easy view of register contents.
  • Easy view of flag contents.
  • Hexadecimal - Decimal converter.
  • View of stack, memory and I/O contents.
  • Support for breakpoints for program debugging.
  • Stepwise program execution.
  • One click conversion of assembly program to opcode listing.
  • Printing support.
  • UI translated in various languages.
Let's install this fedora package:
[root@desk mythcat]# dnf install gnusim8085.x86_64
  gnusim8085-1.3.7-19.fc30.x86_64         electronics-menu-1.0-21.fc30.noarch   

Now you can run it with this command:
[mythcat@desk ~]$ gnusim8085
The GUI interface is simple to understand and easy to use for a developer.
The Intel 8085 has seven internal general-purpose 8-bit registers A, B, C, D, E, H, L, and 5 flags — S (sign), Z (zero), AC (Aux Carry), P (Parity) and CY (Carry).
The processor has a total of 246 instructions with which we can manipulate data in the processor registers and memory.
The assembler Intel 8085 mnemonics with the instruction strings, labels define with a named point in the code, the target for JMP or CALL instructions, comments start line with a semicolon ‘;’ is ignored by the assembler and pseudo codes to the assembler that provides some features to the coding process.
For another development assembly tools for hardware, you can find more info on this wiki page.

Fedora 30 : Application packages with snap tool.

Snaps are application packages for desktop, cloud, and IoT that are easy to install, secure, cross-platform and dependency-free, see here.
The install of this tool with the dnf install tool is simple:
[root@desk snap]# dnf install snap
  snap-0.6-13.fc29.noarch          python2-crypto-2.6.1-25.fc30.x86_64         
Let's make the settings for this tool:
[mythcat@desk snap]$ sudo ln -s /var/lib/snapd/snap /snap
[mythcat@desk snap]$ snap install snapcraft --classic
snapcraft 3.5 from Canonical✓ installed

[mythcat@desk ~]$ snap help
The snap command lets you install, configure, refresh and remove snaps.
Snaps are packages that work across many different Linux distributions,
enabling secure delivery and operation of the latest apps and utilities.

Usage: snap  [...]

Commands can be classified as follows:

         Basics: find, info, install, list, remove
        ...more: refresh, revert, switch, disable, enable
        History: changes, tasks, abort, watch
        Daemons: services, start, stop, restart, logs
       Commands: alias, aliases, unalias, prefer
  Configuration: get, set, wait
        Account: login, logout, whoami
    Permissions: connections, interfaces, interface, connect, disconnect
      Snapshots: saved, save, check-snapshot, restore, forget
          Other: version, warnings, okay, ack, known
    Development: run, pack, try, download, prepare-image

For more information about a command, run 'snap help '.
For a short summary of all commands, run 'snap help --all'.
[mythcat@desk ~]$ snap refresh
All snaps up to date.  
Now we can install an application and run it.
Let's try with the vlc application:
[mythcat@desk ~]$ snap install vlc
vlc 3.0.6 from VideoLAN✓ installed
[mythcat@desk ~]$ snap run  vlc
VLC media player 3.0.6 Vetinari (revision 3.0.6-0-g5803e85)
[00000000019ca3d0] main libvlc: Running vlc with the default interface. Use 'cvlc' to use vlc without interface.
Qt: Session management error: None of the authentication protocols specified are supported
[0000000001a5fae0] main playlist: playlist is empty
QObject::~QObject: Timers cannot be stopped from another thread
Not all application will run on Fedora 30.
For example, I try with the qalculate application and not work:
[mythcat@desk ~]$ sudo snap install qalculate
[sudo] password for mythcat: 
snap "qalculate" is already installed, see 'snap help refresh'
When I try to run it the error was the qalculate application cannot be found.

Monday, May 6, 2019

Fedora 30 : Kite now works with Linux.

The development team comes with these new features for this Linux tool named Kite:
Code Faster in Python with Line-of-Code Completions Kite integrates with your IDE and uses machine learning to give you useful code completions for Python. Start coding faster today.
This tool integrates with all the top Python IDEs - Atom, Pycharm, Sublime, VS Code and Vim.
The install process is simple:
[mythcat@desk ~]$ bash -c "$(wget -q -O -"

This script will install Kite!

We hope you enjoy! If you run into any issues, please reach out at or

- The Kite Team

Press enter to continue...
Downloading kite-installer binary using wget...
Checking to see if all dependencies are installed....

Kite watches your workspace to be notified when python files change on disk. This allows us to
provide the latest information & completions from your coding environment. However, for larger
workspaces, Kite can exceed the default limits on inotify watches, which can result in a degraded experience. 

We can fix this by placing a file in /etc/sysctl.d/ to increase this limit.
Configure inotify now? (you might be asked for your sudo password) [Y/n] Y
Creating /etc/sysctl.d/30-kite.conf...
[sudo] password for mythcat: 
Running ./kite-installer install
[installer] no previous kite installation found
[installer] latest version is 2.20190503.3, downloading now...
[installer] verifying checksum
[installer] validating signature
[installer] installing version 2.20190503.3
[installer] installed ~/.config/autostart/kite-autostart.desktop
[installer] installed ~/.config/systemd/user/kite-updater.service
[installer] installed ~/.config/systemd/user/kite-updater.timer
[installer] installed ~/.local/share/applications/kite-copilot.desktop
[installer] installed ~/.local/share/applications/kite.desktop
[installer] installed ~/.local/share/icons/hicolor/128x128/apps/kite.png
[installer] installed ~/.local/share/kite/kited
[installer] installed ~/.local/share/kite/uninstall
[installer] installed ~/.local/share/kite/update
[installer] activating kite-updater systemd service
[installer] registering kite:// protocol handler
[installer] kite is installed! launching now! happy coding! :)
Removing kite-installer 
After install you need to use your email to login into Kite account.
The last step is the integrations, and Kite will install this plugin for you. If you use the vim editor, then is a good idea to take a look here.

Thursday, May 2, 2019

Fedora 30 : First test.

Fedora 30 is available now. Use these commands to see how can be updated to Fedora 30.
[root@desk mythcat]# dnf upgrade --refresh 
Waiting for process with pid 2427 to finish.
Adobe Systems Incorporated                      2.4 kB/s | 2.9 kB     00:01    
Fedora Modular 29 - x86_64                       45 kB/s |  25 kB     00:00    
Fedora Modular 29 - x86_64 - Updates             29 kB/s |  24 kB     00:00    
Fedora 29 - x86_64 - Updates                     25 kB/s |  23 kB     00:00    
Fedora 29 - x86_64                               25 kB/s |  25 kB     00:01    
packages-microsoft-com-prod                     6.4 kB/s | 2.9 kB     00:00    
RPM Fusion for Fedora 29 - Free - Updates        13 kB/s |  10 kB     00:00    
RPM Fusion for Fedora 29 - Free                  22 kB/s |  10 kB     00:00    
Visual Studio Code                              8.7 kB/s | 2.9 kB     00:00    
Dependencies resolved.


[root@desk mythcat]# dnf install dnf-plugin-system-upgrade

[root@desk mythcat]# dnf system-upgrade download --releasever=30
Before you continue ensure that your system is fully upgraded by running "dnf --refresh upgrade". 
Do you want to continue [y/N]: y
  - problem with installed package python2-libdnf-0.31.0-2.fc29.x86_64
(try to add '--allowerasing' to command line to replace conflicting packages or '--skip-broken' 
to skip uninstallable packages)

[root@desk mythcat]# dnf system-upgrade download --releasever=30 --allowerasing
Before you continue ensure that your system is fully upgraded by running "dnf --refresh upgrade". 
Do you want to continue [y/N]: y
Transaction Summary
Install      92 Packages
Upgrade    2716 Packages
Remove        8 Packages
Downgrade    22 Packages

Total download size: 2.9 G
DNF will only download packages, install gpg keys, and check the transaction.
Is this ok [y/N]: y
Importing GPG key
Key imported successfully
Running transaction check
Running transaction test
Download complete! Use 'dnf system-upgrade reboot' to start the upgrade.
To remove cached metadata and transaction use 'dnf system-upgrade clean'
The downloaded packages were saved in cache until the next successful transaction.
You can remove cached packages by executing 'dnf clean packages'.