Short Domain Name Finder

This is a short url finder I created.
It checks to see if the domain is available remembers.

Short Domain Name Finder

There is a python script in the background that populates a mysql database which displays it with php.

Converting a Magnet Link into a Torrent

UPDATE – 2012-04-30 – User Faless on GitHub has added a good bit of functionality. Check it out.

For some reason, my version of the rtorrent client on ubuntu does not open magnet files. So, I wanted to see if there was a way to create torrent files from magnet files. I couldn’t find a good example, so I wrote my own.

This will convert a magnet link into a .torrent file:

First, make sure your system has Python and the Python Library:

sudo apt-get install python-libtorrent

Then, you can run the following code by calling this command:

python Magnet2Torrent.py

File Magnet2Torrent.py:

'''
Created on Apr 19, 2012
@author: dan
'''
 
if __name__ == '__main__':
    import libtorrent as lt
    import time
 
    TorrentFilePath = "/home/dan/torrentfiles/" + str(time.time()) + "/"
    TorrentFilePath2 = "/home/dan/torrentfiles/" + str(time.time()) + "/" + str(time.time()) + ".torrent"
    ses = lt.session()
    #ses.listen_on(6881, 6891)
    params = {
        'save_path': TorrentFilePath,
        'duplicate_is_error': True}
    link = "magnet:?xt=urn:btih:599e3fb0433505f27d35efbe398225869a2a89a9&dn=ubuntu-10.04.4-server-i386.iso&tr=udp%3A%2F%2Ftracker.openbittorrent.com%3A80&tr=udp%3A%2F%2Ftracker.publicbt.com%3A80&tr=udp%3A%2F%2Ftracker.ccc.de%3A80"
    handle = lt.add_magnet_uri(ses, link, params)
#    ses.start_dht()
    print 'saving torrent file here : ' + TorrentFilePath2 + " ..."
    while (not handle.has_metadata()):
        time.sleep(.1)
 
    torinfo = handle.get_torrent_info()
 
    fs = lt.file_storage()
    for file in torinfo.files():
        fs.add_file(file)
    torfile = lt.create_torrent(fs)
    torfile.set_comment(torinfo.comment())
    torfile.set_creator(torinfo.creator())
 
    f = open(TorrentFilePath2 + "torrentfile.torrent", "wb")
    f.write(lt.bencode(torfile.generate()))
    f.close()
    print 'saved and closing...'
 
#Uncomment to Download the Torrent:
#    print 'starting torrent download...'
 
#    while (handle.status().state != lt.torrent_status.seeding):
#        s = handle.status()
#        time.sleep(55)
#        print 'downloading...'

This will create a folder inside of ‘/home/dan/torrentfiles/’ with a structure like:

/home/dan/torrentfiles/545465456.12/545465456.12.torrent

I added this to GitHub if you want to Fork it.
https://github.com/danfolkes/Magnet2Torrent

ENJOY!

IP Locator Webservice – PHP – Ipmap – Command Line

This is similar to my Python script here:
http://danfolkes.com/index.php/2009/04/29/ipmapcom-python/

It uses this sites service to pull the location of each user:
http://www.ipmap.com/

It outputs in XML, Plain Text, and HTML.
Fields:

  • ip
  • hostname
  • ipreverse
  • country
  • region
  • city
  • blacklist
  • gmaps

HERE IS THE LINK TO THE WEB SERVICE SITE:
http://www.danfolkes.com/ipmaps/

IPMap Python Ip Address Locator Command Line Script

ipmap python ip location geocode

This program uses this site IpMap to get peoples location based off of their IP address.

It’s written in python. Enjoy.

Download SourceGPLv3 Code. Give back.
Usage:
python ipmap.py 74.125.45.100 all
python ipmap.py 74.125.45.100
python ipmap.py (This will get you the help screen)

Args:
all = Prints all details
nomap = Gets All, no map
loc = Gets: Country, Region, City
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Python – Cell Phone Number Pad Input V2

This is a rewrite of my original post. This rewrite was made by Rami Davis [ramidavis at y a h o o .c o m] XDA Dev Forums.

It would go perfect with this:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/svofski/3383950702/in/pool-make

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#!/usr/bin/python3
#using python3
 
import time
 
#Cellphone keyboard imitation
cell_keyboard = {
    "0" : (" "),
    "1" : ("!","@","#","$","%","^","&","*","(",")"),
    "2" : ("a","b","c","A","B","C"),
    "3" : ("d","e","f","D","E","F"),
    "4" : ("g","h","i","G","H","I"),
    "5" : ("j","k","l","J","K","K"),
    "6" : ("m","n","o","M","N","O"),
    "7" : ("p","q","r","s","P","Q","R","S"),
    "8" : ("t","u","v","T","U","V"),
    "9" : ("w","x","y","z","W","X","Y","Z"),
    "#" : (" "), #add something here
    "*" : (" ")
}
 
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user_input = ""         # Current user input
last_key = ["", 0]         # Last key and repetitions.
 
print("Valid characters: 0-9 # * and q to quit")
 
while not user_input == "q":
    try:
        #Measure the time it takes to respond.
        response_time = time.time()
        user_input = input(">>")[0]
        response_time = time.time() - response_time
    except IndexError:
        user_input = ""
 
    #Check if it's valid
    if user_input in cell_keyboard:
 
        #If it matches the last key
        if user_input == last_key[0]:
 
            # And it was within threshold
            if response_time < THRESHOLD:
                last_key[1] += 1
            else:
                last_key[1] = 0
        else:
            # Assign the new key and 0 repetitions
            last_key[0] = user_input
            last_key[1] = 0
 
        #Now request the element on the keyboard.
        try:
            print(cell_keyboard[last_key[0]][last_key[1]])
        except IndexError:
            last_key[1] = 0
            print(cell_keyboard[last_key[0]][last_key[1]])
 
    else:
        print("Not a valid key.")

Thanks Rami!

Python: Grab Email from Gmail and Insert into MySql Database

This script will:

  • Log into Gmail Pop
  • Read the email
  • Delete the read email
  • Insert the email’s text into a MySql database
  • Sleep for 1800 seconds, and repeat
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try:
        import poplib, sys, time
        import string, random
        import StringIO, rfc822
        import datetime
        SERVER = "pop.gmail.com"
        USER  = "gmailusername"
        PASSWORD = "gmailpassword"
        i = 0;
        print """
        |------------------------------------------|
        |  This is a python program that checks a  |
        |  POP account and if there is a message,  |
        |  it adds it to the SQL server.           |
        |------------------------------------------|
                  by: Daniel Folkes
                         email: [email protected]
 
        (every 180 seconds)
        Checking POP server....
"""
        while 1:
                try:
                        server = poplib.POP3_SSL(SERVER, 995)
                        server.user(USER)
                        server.pass_(PASSWORD)
                except:
                        print "error setting up server."
 
 
                resp, items, octets = server.list()
                # download a random message
                try:
                        id, size = string.split(items[0])
                        resp, text, octets = server.retr(id)
 
                        text = string.join(text, "\n")
                        file = StringIO.StringIO(text)
                        note = ""
                        name = ""
                        message = rfc822.Message(file)
                        for k, v in message.items():
                                if k=='from':
                                                name = v[:12]
                        note = message.fp.read()[:50]
                        print "note: ", note
                        server.dele(1) #this will delete the message after you read it
                        server.quit()
                #-------------------------------------------
                        if note !="":
                                import MySQLdb
                                db = MySQLdb.connect(host="localhost", user="USERNAME", passwd="PASSWORD",db="DATABASENAME")
 
                                cur2 = db.cursor()
                                if name:
                                        cur2.execute("INSERT INTO note (note, name) VALUES (%s, %s)", (note, name))
                                else:
                                        cur2.execute("INSERT INTO note (note) VALUES (%s)", (note))
                except:
                        i+=1
                        #print "Unexpected error:", sys.exc_info()[0]
                        time.sleep(1800)
except:
        print "Failed Unexpectedly"

Python: Wunderground Todays Weather to Email SMS to Phone

wunderground

I could see somebody setting this as a cron task to send every morning so when you wake up, you get the current weather as a text message. 

I am about to set it up. 

Enjoy
————————————————————

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import urllib2
import time
ZIP = "20190"
ACCOUNT = "d37"  # put your gmail email account name here
PASSWORD = "neah"  # put your gmail email account password here
to_addrs = "[email protected], [email protected]"
subject = "Wunderground Email"
 
try:
	f = urllib2.urlopen('http://www.wund.com/cgi-bin/findweather/getForecast?query='+ZIP)
	page = f.read()
	i = page.find('<div id="main">')
	page2 = page[i:]
	i = page2.find("<span>")+6
	page = page2[i:]
	i = page.find("</span>")
	temperature = page[:i]
 
	i = page.find("<h4>")+4
	page = page[i:]
	i = page.find("</h4>")
	current = page[:i]
 
	i = page.find("<span>")+6
	page = page[i:]
	i = page.find("</span>")
	wind = page[:i]
 
 
	i = page.find("<span>")+6
        page = page[i:]
        i = page.find("</span>")
        dewpoint = page[:i]
 
 
	i = page.find("<b>")+3
        page = page[i:]
        i = page.find("</b>")
        pressure = page[:i]
 
 
        i = page.find('<div class="b">')+15
        page = page[i:]
        i = page.find("</div>")
        humidity = page[:i]
 
 
        i = page.find("<span>")+6
        page = page[i:]
        i = page.find("</span>")
        visibility = page[:i]
 
 
	page = page[9:]
 
        i = page.find("</span>")+8
        page = page[i:]
        i = page.find("</h5")
        updated = page[:i]
 
 
	i = page.find('<div id="forecast">')
	page = page[i:]
        i = page.find('<span>')+6
        page = page[i:]
	i=page.find('</span>')
	d1n = page[:i]
 
	i = page.find('<div>')+4
	page = page[i:]
	i = page.find('<div>')+5
	page = page[i:]
	i = page.find('</div>')
	d1 = page[:i]
 
	page = page[i:]
	i = page.find('<span>')+6
	page = page[i:]
	i = page.find('</span>')
        d1h = page[:i]
 
	page = page[i:]
        i = page.find('<span>')+6
        page = page[i:]
        i = page.find('</span>')
        d1l = page[:i]
 
	i = page.find('<td')
	page = page[i:]
 
#===================
        i = page.find('<span>')+6
        page = page[i:]
        i=page.find('</span>')
        d2n = page[:i]
 
        i = page.find('<div>')+4
        page = page[i:]
        i = page.find('<div>')+5
        page = page[i:]
        i = page.find('</div>')
        d2 = page[:i]
 
        page = page[i:]
        i = page.find('<span>')+6
        page = page[i:]
        i = page.find('</span>')
        d2h = page[:i]
 
        page = page[i:]
        i = page.find('<span>')+6
        page = page[i:]
        i = page.find('</span>')
        d2l = page[:i]
 
        i = page.find('<td')
        page = page[i:]
 
#===================
        i = page.find('<span>')+6
        page = page[i:]
        i=page.find('</span>')
        d3n = page[:i]
 
        i = page.find('<div>')+4
        page = page[i:]
        i = page.find('<div>')+5
        page = page[i:]
        i = page.find('</div>')
        d3 = page[:i]
 
        page = page[i:]
        i = page.find('<span>')+6
        page = page[i:]
        i = page.find('</span>')
        d3h = page[:i]
 
        page = page[i:]
        i = page.find('<span>')+6
        page = page[i:]
        i = page.find('</span>')
        d3l = page[:i]
 
        i = page.find('<td')
        page = page[i:]
 
#===================
        i = page.find('<span>')+6
        page = page[i:]
        i=page.find('</span>')
        d4n = page[:i]
 
        i = page.find('<div>')+4
        page = page[i:]
        i = page.find('<div>')+5
        page = page[i:]
        i = page.find('</div>')
        d4 = page[:i]
 
        page = page[i:]
        i = page.find('<span>')+6
        page = page[i:]
        i = page.find('</span>')
        d4h = page[:i]
 
        page = page[i:]
        i = page.find('<span>')+6
        page = page[i:]
        i = page.find('</span>')
        d4l = page[:i]
 
        i = page.find('<td')
        page = page[i:]
 
#===================
        i = page.find('<span>')+6
        page = page[i:]
        i=page.find('</span>')
        d5n = page[:i]
 
        i = page.find('<div>')+4
        page = page[i:]
        i = page.find('<div>')+5
        page = page[i:]
        i = page.find('</div>')
        d5 = page[:i]
 
        page = page[i:]
        i = page.find('<span>')+6
        page = page[i:]
        i = page.find('</span>')
        d5h = page[:i]
 
        page = page[i:]
        i = page.find('<span>')+6
        page = page[i:]
        i = page.find('</span>')
        d5l = page[:i]
 
        i = page.find('<td')
        page = page[i:]
 
 
except URLError, e:
	print e.code
	print e.read()
 
#print "Temp:" + temperature
#print "Current" + current
#print "Wind: " + wind
##print "Dew: "+ dewpoint
#print "Pressure:" + pressure
#print "Humid:" + humidity
#print "Visib:" + visibility
#print "Updated: " + updated
 
#print d1n + "-" + d1 + ":" + d1h + "/" + d1l
#print d2n + "-" + d2 + ":" + d2h + "/" + d2l
#print d3n + "-" + d3 + ":" + d3h + "/" + d3l
#print d4n + "-" + d4 + ":" + d4h + "/" + d4l
#print d5n + "-" + d5 + ":" + d5h + "/" + d5l
 
#temperature, current, wind, dewpoint, pressure, humidity, visibility
#	updated, dXn, dX, dXh, hXl (x=1-5, h=high, l=low, n=name)
 
subject += updated
msg = "Now:"+current+"-"+temperature
msg += "\r\nHum:"+humidity
msg += "\r\n"+d1n + "-" + d1 + ":" + d1h + "/" + d1l
msg += "\r\n"+d2n + "-" + d2 + ":" + d2h + "/" + d2l
msg += "\r\nUpdated:"+updated
 
 
 
 
import smtplib
HOST = "smtp.gmail.com"
PORT = 587
 
try:
	server = smtplib.SMTP(HOST,PORT)
	#server.set_debuglevel(1)    # you don't need this
	server.ehlo()
	server.starttls()
	server.ehlo()
	server.login(ACCOUNT, PASSWORD)
	headers = "From: %s\r\nTo: %s\r\nSubject: %s\r\n\r\n" % (ACCOUNT, to_addrs, subject)
	server.sendmail(ACCOUNT, to_addrs, headers + msg)
	server.quit()
except:
	time.sleep(1)

Python – Cell Phone Number Pad Input

Here is the first version of a little python program I made that will translate input from a cellphone text pad or a number pad to text.
UPDATE: VERSION 2
It’s pretty darn simple.

It would go perfect with this:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/svofski/3383950702/in/pool-make

Continue reading “Python – Cell Phone Number Pad Input”

Py2Html

Python-Command Line Python-To-Html Converter. Makes posting Python to blogs quick.

by: Daniel Folkes

This is Licensed under GPLv3. Give Back.

Py2Html

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  1. print “”” This is a simple program that takes a python file and replaces the
  2. plain text punctuation with the easily postable html code.
  3. written by :    Daniel Folkes
  4.         danfolkes @t [email protected] d0t c0m
  5.         http://danfolkes.com
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Python Torrent Search and Download (TPB)

This python command line utility will search the pirate bay for a specific search string and pull out the torrent files and download them to your current directory.

by: Daniel Folkes

This is Licensed under GPLv3. Give Back.

tpb.jpg

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  1. print “””Pirate Bay Torrent Downloader – Command Line Interface
  2. Program Written by: Daniel Folkes
  3. website: http://danfolkes.com
  4. email: danfolkes @t gmail dot c0m
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