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#!/usr/bin/env python
import sys
import subprocess
def print_wiki_options(file) :
subprocess.call("clear")
with open(file, 'r') as f :
for line in f:
sys.stdout.write(line)
def print_wiki_article(file):
subprocess.call("clear")
# This is how you open a file in Python, read it line by line, and print
# it to STDOUT.
#
# Note that file name paths are relative.
#
# 'cpu.txt'
# 'nokia/cpu.txt'
# '/home/ssimpson/nokia/cpu.txt'
with open(file, 'r') as f:
# Here we do a for loop, where we iterate over every line in the file.
for line in f:
# We do NOT want to use ``print`` here, because print automatically
# puts a newline character at the end of each line. This is a problem because
# most lines in the ticket procedure files have a `\n` character at the end of
# each line, which would result in two new lines.
#
# Thus, we use the ``sys.stdout.write`` function to print the line
# exactly how it appears in the file.
sys.stdout.write(line)
print ""
raw_input("Press any key and hit enter ")
def print_menu():
# This is an example on how to do a multi-line string in Python. This is one
# way to make it easier for editing menus/prompts for your command line
# program.
#
# Note that you do NOT want to indent the lines after the first, as this
# will mess up your spacing when you print it.
menu = """###########################################################
non shity wiki
VERSION 1337
CREATOR: st3v3n s1mps0n
###########################################################
MAIN MENU
1:Nokia.........................................5:GAiA
2:Crossbeam.....................................6:Imperva
3:SRX...........................................7:TPConsole
4:Netscreen.....................................8:TPSensor
.......................9:CitrixWAF:.......................
###########################################################
PLEASE CHOOSE A PLATFORM
"""
print menu
# This is our main function that runs our program.
def main():
while True:
subprocess.call ("clear")
print_menu()
input = raw_input()
subprocess.call ("clear")
#
#
# Now you can create new wiki article files (i.e. 'nokia_cpu.txt') and
# easily print them to STDOUT:
#
# print_wiki_article('nokia_cpu.txt')
# print_wiki_article('nokia_foo.txt')
# etc
#
#
# Nested if statements where the appropriate
# "artcle" and "options" are selected by the
# user via input
#
#
#
if input == "1":
# Define the root as a constant String. This makes it easy to
# update if the directory path ever changes!
NOKIA_ROOT = '/root/Documents/python/Nokia/'
# Create a python Dictionary. A Dictonary is a data structure/type
# that allows you to map a key to a value.
#
# In this case, we are mapping the user input (aka the key), to
# the article file path (aka the value).
NOKIA_ARTICLES = {
'1': NOKIA_ROOT + 'Nokia_CPU',
'2': NOKIA_ROOT + 'Nokia_CPHA',
'3': NOKIA_ROOT + 'Nokia_FWMax',
'4': NOKIA_ROOT + 'Nokia_HWCheck',
'5': NOKIA_ROOT + 'Nokia_IntErrors',
'6': NOKIA_ROOT + 'Nokia_LogConn',
'7': NOKIA_ROOT + 'Nokia_VRRP'
}
print_wiki_options('/root/Documents/python/Nokia/NokiaTickets')
nokia_input = raw_input()
# Here we check to see if the user input (aka nokia_input) is
# valid, by checking to see if it exists as a key in the
# NOKIA_ARTICLES Dictionary.
#
# This prevents bad user input from crashing the program!
if nokia_input in NOKIA_ARTICLES.keys():
# Get the article file path from the Dictionary.
article = NOKIA_ARTICLES[nokia_input]
# Print the article.
print_wiki_article(article)
elif input == "2":
CROSSBEAM_ROOT = '/root/Documents/python/Crossbeam'
CROSSBEAM_ARTICLES = {
'1': CROSSBEAM_ROOT + 'Crossbeam_CPD',
'2': CROSSBEAM_ROOT + 'Crossbeam_CPU',
'3': CROSSBEAM_ROOT + 'Crossbeam_Disk',
'4': CROSSBEAM_ROOT + 'Crossbeam_Mem',
}
print_wiki_options('/root/Documents/python/Crossbeam/CrossbeamTickets')
crossbeam_input = raw_input()
if crossbeam_input in CROSSBEAM_ARTICLES.keys():
article = CROSSBEAM_ARTICLES[crossbeam_input]
print_wiki_article(article)
elif input == "3":
print_wiki_options('/root/Documents/python/SRX/SRXTickets')
input = raw_input()
if input == "1":
print_wiki_article('/root/Documents/python/SRX/SRX_IntErrors')
elif input == "2":
print_wiki_article('/root/Documents/python/SRX/SRX_CPU')
elif input == "3":
print_wiki_article('/root/Documents/python/SRX/SRX_DiskUsage')
elif input == "4":
print_wiki_article('/root/Documents/python/SRX/SRX_MemUsage')
elif input == "5":
print_wiki_article('/root/Documents/python/SRX/SRX_ClusterStatus')
elif input == "6":
print_wiki_article('/root/Documents/python/SRX/SRX_CoreFile')
elif input == "4":
print_wiki_options('/root/Documents/python/Netscreen/NetscreenTickets')
input = raw_input()
if input == "1":
print_wiki_article('/root/Documents/python/Netscreen/Netscreen_CPU')
elif input == "2":
print_wiki_article('/root/Documents/python/Netscreen/Netscreen_IDPBlade')
elif input == "3":
print_wiki_article('/root/Documents/python/Netscreen/Netscreen_Chassis')
elif input == "4":
print_wiki_article('/root/Documents/python/Netscreen/Netscreen_Failover')
elif input == "5":
print_wiki_article('/root/Documents/python/Netscreen/Netscreen_FailoverChannels')
elif input == "6":
print_wiki_article('/root/Documents/python/Netscreen/Netscreen_MasterBackupStatus')
elif input == "5":
print_wiki_options('/root/Documents/python/GAiA/GAiATickets')
input = raw_input()
if input == "1":
print_wiki_article('/root/Documents/python/GAiA/GAiA_Temp')
elif input == "2":
print_wiki_article('/root/Documents/python/GAiA/GAiA_CPU')
elif input == "3":
print_wiki_article('/root/Documents/python/GAiA/GAiA_Chassis')
elif input == "4":
print_wiki_article('/root/Documents/python/GAiA/GAiA_Health')
elif input == "5":
print_wiki_article('/root/Documents/python/GAiA/GAiA_Route')
elif input == "6":
print_wiki_options('/root/Documents/python/Imperva/ImpervaTickets')
input = raw_input()
if input == "1":
print_wiki_article('/root/Documents/python/Imperva/Imperva_Disk')
elif input == "2":
print_wiki_article('/root/Documents/python/Imperva/Imperva_IntErrors')
elif input == "3":
print_wiki_article('/root/Documents/python/Imperva/Imperva_RaidStatus')
elif input == "7":
print_wiki_options('/root/Documents/python/TPConsole/TPConsoleTickets')
input = raw_input()
if input == "1":
print_wiki_article('/root/Documents/python/TPConsole/TPConsole_IntErrors')
elif input == "2":
print_wiki_article('/root/Documents/python/TPConsole/TPConsole_MonitoringStatus')
elif input == "3":
print_wiki_article('/root/Documents/python/TPConsole/TPConsole_PowerSupply')
elif input == "4":
print_wiki_article('/root/Documents/python/TPConsole/TPConsole_SensorDiskSpace')
elif input == "5":
print_wiki_article('/root/Documents/python/TPConsole/TPConsole_SMSHA')
elif input == "8":
print_wiki_options('/root/Documents/python/TPSensor/TPSensorTickets')
input = raw_input()
if input == "1":
print_wiki_article('/root/Documents/python/TPSensor/TPSensor_CPU')
elif input == "2":
print_wiki_article('/root/Documents/python/TPSensor/TPSensor_HAState')
elif input == "3":
print_wiki_article('/root/Documents/python/TPSensor/TPSensor_IntErrors')
elif input == "4":
print_wiki_article('/root/Documents/python/TPSensor/TPSensor_MemoryUtil')
elif input == "5":
print_wiki_article('/root/Documents/python/TPSensor/TPSensor_PowerSupply')
elif input == "9":
print_wiki_options('/root/Documents/python/CitrixWAF/CitrixWAFTickets')
input = raw_input()
if input == "1":
print_wiki_article('/root/Documents/python/CitrixWAF/CitrixWAF_MemoryUtil')
elif input == "2":
print_wiki_article('/root/Documents/python/CitrixWAF/CitrixWAF_CPU')
elif input == "3":
print_wiki_article('/root/Documents/python/CitrixWAF/CitrixWAF_PingDown')
elif input == "0":
break
# This is the proper way to start a Python program.
if __name__ == '__main__':
main()
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