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#!/usr/bin/env python

#    This file is part of VASM.
#    VASM is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
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#    the Free Software Foundation.
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import threading
import multiprocessing as mp
import subprocess as sp
import os
import time
import psutil
import logging

__author__ = "Moises Henriquez"
__author_email__ = "moc.liamg@xnl.E0M"[::-1]
__vasm_version__ = '3.0a2'
datapath = '/usr/share/vasm'

def _(txt):
    return txt
logger = logging.getLogger('vasm')

def get_mounted_list():
    """ Return a list of the currently mounted partitions
    The list consists of objects with a .device, .mountpoint, and .filesystem attributes

    return psutil.disk_partitions()

def mount(partition, mntpoint):
    """ Mount the specified partition on mntpoint
    raises AssertionError when it fails.  Returns the
    mountpoint when successfull.
    mpoint = get_mountpoint(partition)
    if not os.path.isdir(mntpoint):
    cmd = ["mount", partition, mntpoint]
    proc = get_popen(cmd)
    out, error = proc.communicate()
    rcode = proc.returncode
    assert rcode == 0, "Error while mounting partition: %s"% error
    mpoint = get_mountpoint(partition)
    assert mpoint  is not None, "Unable to mount partition"
    return mpoint

def activate_swap(partition):
    """ Activates swap space on partition for immediate use """
    proc = get_popen(['swapon',partition])
    out, err = proc.communicate()
    rcode = proc.returncode
    assert rcode == 0, "Unable to activate swap space on %s"% partition

def umount(mntpoint):
    """ unmount the partition mounted in mntpoint 
        Raises an assertion error when it fails.
    partition = get_mounted(mntpoint)
    if partition is None:
        return 0
    cmd = ["umount","-f",mntpoint]
    proc = get_popen(cmd)
    out, err = proc.communicate()
    rcode = proc.returncode
    assert rcode == 0, "Unable to un-mount partition %s."% err

def get_mounted(mntpoint):
    """ return the path to the partition currently mounted in mntpoint or None"""
    listing = psutil.disk_partitions()
    for part in listing:
        if part.mountpoint == mntpoint:
            return part.device
    return None
def get_mountpoint(partition):
    """ return the mountpoint of where partition is mounted or None """
    listing = psutil.disk_partitions()
    for part in listing:
        if part.device == partition:
            return part.mountpoint
    return None

class MonitoredExternalGui(threading.Thread):
    def __init__(self, command, quit_event):
        self.quie_event = quit_event
        self.command = command
    def run(self):
        proc = get_popen(self.command)

def get_popen(cmd):
    """ return a subprocess.Popen object for the provided command to be launched """
    return sp.Popen(cmd, stdout=sp.PIPE, stderr=sp.PIPE)

def launch_external_gui(f):
    """ Runs an external GUI application in a separate thread to keep
    the main UI from freezing"""
    def do_run():
        t = mp.Process(target=f)
    return do_run

def test_su_helpers():
    """ Return True if there is a su helper (gksu | kdesu)... False otherwise """
    if os.path.exists("/usr/bin/gksu"): return True
    if os.path.exists("/usr/bin/kdesu"): return True
    return False
def get_system_info():
    """ return a dictionary containing information about the operating system """
    ret = {}
    ret["version"] = get_vector_version()
    ret["base"] = get_slack_base()
    ret["releasedate"] = get_release_date()
    ret["website"] = ""
    ret["support"] = ""
    return ret
def get_slack_base():
    """ Return the slackware version used for this release """
    f = open("/etc/slackware-version", "r")
    data = f.readlines()[0]
    return data.strip()

def get_release_date():
    """ Return the date this version was released (as stated in /etc/vector-version)"""
    f = open('/etc/vector-version', 'r')
    data = f.readlines()[0]
    return data.split("built on")[-1].strip()
def get_vector_version():
    """ Returns the full vector version string """
    f = open('/etc/vector-version', 'r')
    data = f.readlines()[0]
    r = []
    for word in data.split():
        if word == "built":
    return ' '.join(r)