Problems changing Ansible_Python_Interpreter

How can I change my ansible_python_interpreter value on Ubuntu? I downloaded and installed Python 2.7.12 from tar, and now it’s running by default outside of Ansible But when I try to set the variable, Ansible shows that it’s still using that newer version of Python (I need to use this older version to test) Answer It’s not possible to configure the version of Python used by Ansible on the controller. ANSIBLE_PYTHON_INTERPRETER configuration parameter will set: Path to the Python interpreter to be used for module execution on remote targets The version of Python on controller depends on how Ansible has

Creating Virtual environment using python 3.8 when python 2.7 is present

I am trying to create a virtual environment using mkvirtualenv with python 3 in Windows but the environment is created with python 2.7.My pip version is also from python 2.7 which i have avoided using …

ModuleNotFoundError: No module named ‘admin’

I have this new remote job, where I had to clone all the code from a repository, and I have to make an export of the database from MySQL hosted in RDS. The first problem is that when I set up the …

Calculate yearly anomalies for several years on netcdf files in python

I need to calculate monthly, seasonal and annualy anomalies of air temperature of netcdf monthly files of 44 years with some function that allows me to obtain anomalies in the period on a monthly, …

Sorting nested lists for second lowest score

Given the names and grades for each student in a Physics class of students, store them in a nested list and print the name(s) of any student(s) having the second lowest grade. Note: If there are …

How to get selectors with dynamic part inside using Selenium with Python?

My application has a lot of selectors that have a dynamic ID inside. When that dynamic ID is at the end of the selector, I use [id^=’staticPart’] inside of every selector. For example: becomes: I works perfectly, but I can’t figure out what to do with selectors like this: where 0 is a dynamic number and everything else is static. I am trying the following, but I get an invalid selector error: Answer To identify an element with dynamic id e.g. #tab-t0-1 where 0 is a dynamic number and everything else is static you can use cssSelector with the following

How to create a new text file using Python

I’m practicing the management of .txt files in python. I’ve been reading about it and found that if I try to open a file that doesn’t exists yet it will create it on the same directory from where the …

parametrize and running a single test in pytest

How can I run a single test out of a set configured with parametrize? Let’s say I have the following test method: @pytest.mark.parametrize(PARAMETERS_LIST, PARAMETERS_VALUES) def test_my_feature(self,…

List out auto scaling group names with a specific application tag using boto3

I was trying to fetch auto scaling groups with Application tag value as ‘CCC’. The list is as below, gweb prd-dcc-eap-w2 gweb prd-dcc-emc gweb prd-dcc-ems CCC dev-ccc-wer CCC dev-ccc-gbg CCC dev-…

How to create our own linux command for python code file

I am new to python. As a part of my project, I am trying to create a linux command for the python file which I have already. For example I have a python file example.py, Here I am trying to make a command like $example –print file.txt . Which means I am giving the input file from the command itself. Then it has to print the content of the input file. Please help me how to achieve this one. Thanks in advance. Answer You need to add the interpreter to the head of your script and also use the sys.env