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Possibly - if u use a terminal through a browser window. See https://github.com/jupyter/terminado This lets you run a terminal in a browser. So now you might be able to get at items as web elements. But I don't know if the terminal is displayed as part of the DOM - quite possibly not. Whether it accepts commands like a <input> element remains to be ...


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NO because selenium is a browser based tool. Browser manufacturers implement the protocol for their browsers and it works based on HTML pages. The DOM methods wouldn't work against non-HTML windows such as a terminal. You may wish to consider using http://sikulix.com/ SikuliX automates anything you see on the screen of your desktop computer running ...


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Its seems to me that you want to functionally test your application and are wondering what tools to use to do this. It is valid to ask for opinions in the QA/Test space because being QA's we will validate these opinions for our own cases before using them unlike programmers ;-) As a test automation task this can actually be very simple , i'm guessing your ...


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You already have something else on port 9000 that isn't sonar when you telnet in , it will need to be stopped before anything else can bind to that port. use losf to find out which process it is lsof -i:9000 for more info on lsof see this, its not installed by default on a lot of distros. https://debian-administration.org/article/184/...


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