Pexpect and PyCharm Inappropriate ioctl for device
location: linuxexchange.com - date: August 28, 2015
I'm trying to run a basic Pexpect script:
ftp_process = pexpect.spawn('ftp')
When the code is run directly from a terminal, the code works as expected. If I run the code using PyCharm's run/debug I get the following error:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/path/to/code/test.py", line 3, in <module>
File "/usr/local/lib/python3.4/site-packages/pexpect/__init__.py", line 1645, in interact
mode = tty.tcgetattr(self.STDIN_FILENO)
termios.error: (25, 'Inappropriate ioctl for device')
It seems that how Pexpect interacts with PyCharm's run/debug window doesn't work by default. Is there some way to remedy this with a specific PyCharm setting? If not, is there some other way to work around this?
The code above is simply a shortened example which results in the problem. The other abilities of pexpect (such as expect(), sendline(), etc) are still desired.
Perl Inappropriate ioctl for device
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 10, 2012
I am trying to write errors from a simulation into a text file named "score.error.lna.99X". The program is 1025 lines long so I won't paste it in entirety here.
I've read this error on other postings but it doesn't appear to apply to this case (i.e. "ioctl" can mean many different things).
However, the file comes out with the name "score.error.lna.99X\:\ Inappropriate\ ioctl\ for\ device" (escapes are not literal).
The output should be very long, about 290 spaces/line on 19,800 lines.
print ERRORFILE "$time B2$badb2 B3$badb3 B4$badb4 $bad02_name$bad02 $bad03_name$bad03 $bad04_name$bad04 $bad05_name$bad05 $bad06_name$bad06 $bad07_name$bad07 $bad08_name$bad08 $bad09_name$bad09 $bad10_name$bad10 $bad11_name$bad11 $bad12_name$bad12 $bad13_name$bad13 $bad14_name$bad14 $bad15_name$bad15 $bad16_name$bad16 $bad17_name$bad17 $bad18_name$bad18 $bad19_name$bad19 $bad20_name$bad20 $bad21_name$bad21 $bad22_name$bad22 $bad23_name$b
[SOLVED] Error no 25: Inappropriate ioctl for device for RTC
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 14, 2011
I am carrying out some RTC related tests on the MontaVista Kernel (2.6.32). I receive the following errors.
Inappropriate ioctl for device(25)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 3, 2003
Every so often (usually once a day) I lose connection from my ISP. I'm sure this is initiated from the ISP. I use a script to reboot* when pings fail. Thsi overcomes the immediate problem, but there is something going on that I don't understand, and I think is a bug. (perhaps in a driver?)
Can anyone shed some light on what line 3 from my logs may indicate?
This is what my PPP log shows before one of the failure:
Line Log entry
1 09:11:20 pppoe Session terminated -- received PADT from peer
2 09:11:20 pppd LCP terminated by peer
3 09:11:21 pppd ioctl(PPPIOCSASYNCMAP): Inappropriate ioctl for device(25)
4 09:11:21 pppd tcflush failed: Input/output error
5 09:11:21 pppd Exit.
I am really unsure as to where to look. I've googled for ioctl and found a great definition, but it doesn't seem to say anything about the particular error I'm getting. Googling for this error shows a whole bunch of people with the same question - and no apprarent answer!
Inappropriate ioctl for device with perl
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 14, 2009
I'm writing a basic perl script to write some data to a text file. My script looks like:
print "Content-Type: text/html\n\n";
open(File, '>', '/info/info.txt') || die$!;
print FILE "vihtori";
And the script has 755 rights and so does the text file. If the text file didn't have the right permissions I would get permission denied to the apache server error.log. When the permissions are right I get Inappropriate ioctl device. I have changed the ownership for the file to the user which apache is running. Also the folder where the txt file is belongs to the same user. The script is located in cgi-bin. The strange part is it worked for like 5 minutes before it broke again. I all ready asked from the perl forums for this but their expertise run out when it broke down again and it really seems to be more to do with linux than perl. I'm running the script on debian 5.0 and using perl 5.10.0 and apache 2.2.9.
Weird Perl error with "Inappropriate ioctl for device"
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 19, 2006
I am in the process of building 'upgraded' servers and I have moved over all of our previously working scripts. All of the scripts worked fine with no errors and now some of them are dying with a "Inappropriate ioctl for device" error. Here is some detail:
Old working systems:
New non-working systems:
The lines that these scripts are dying on are:
[SOLVED] lsattr: Inappropriate ioctl for device While reading flags
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 25, 2011
For one of our servers, if I do lsattr /home, I get something like this (as root):
stty: standard input: Inappropriate ioctl for device
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 14, 2003
Can anybody help me?
I'm getting this error message in a log file.
stty: standard input: Inappropriate ioctl for device
"Inappropriate ioctl for device" on loopback after rebuild
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 1, 2009
I had to rebuild my kernel in order to get ATI's proprietary drivers to work (there were unresolved symbols in the fglrx module to do with ACPI, which I don't use).
No big deal, I have built the kernel hundreds and hundreds of times in the last ten years.
However, now it will not mount anything via loopback:
[root/] mount -o loop -t iso9660 /backup.iso /mnt/fedora
ioctl: LOOP_SET_FD: Inappropriate ioctl for device
I diff'd my config with my old config, but the loopback choices are all there, and loop.ko loads.
I googled around for this error and found a few threads here and there going back some years, but they are all unresolved.
FC10-64 kernel 184.108.40.206
inappropriate ioctl for device
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 8, 2006
I am running Red Hat Enterprise ES with all the current updates. I am trying to use amanda for my backup. I am trying to backup to external usb drives. I can access the drive just fine. When I try to run amcheck, amlabel, and amdump I get inappropriate iotcl for device. I'm still new to Linux so any help would be great.
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