linux Installation browser and driver

linux Installation browser and driver

1. Firefox Browser and Driver-centos6 64

  • Firefox Browser - Comes with CentOS 6.10, and the browser version is 52

  • Download the corresponding Firefox driver, version 52 - version 0.17- View Address

  • Add to environment variables

    # decompression
    tar -zxvf geckodriver-v0.17.0-linux64.tar.gz 
    # New folder
    mkdir /usr/local/seleniumdriver
    # Move to folder
    mv geckodriver /usr/local/seleniumdriver
    # Edit/ect/profile file
    vim /etc/profile
    # Add at the end of the file
    export PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/seleniumdriver
    # Save Exit Run
    source /etc/profile
    # Run geckodriver-V
    geckodriver 0.17.0

    Note: The best way to run the project is to put it in the English catalogue.

2. Firefox Browser and Driver-centos7 64

  • Firefox defaults to version 60

  • Using 0.19 Firefox driver, extract and save in / usr/local/seleciumdriver folder

  • Add to / etc/profile file

    # Editing documents
    vim /etc/profile
    # Browser Driver
    export PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/seleniumdriver
    # Save Exit Run
    source /etc/profile
    # Run geckodriver-V
    geckodriver 0.19.0
  • At runtime, you can view the error by generating the geckodriver.log file from the current directory

    • Run directly with root user: python

      Report errors:

      selenium.common.exceptions.WebDriverException: Message: Process unexpectedly closed with status: 1

      Point: This can be found by looking at geckodriver.log:

      1565086641745	geckodriver	INFO	geckodriver 0.19.0
      1565086641748	geckodriver	INFO	Listening on
      1565086641834	mozrunner::runner	INFO	Running command: "/usr/lib64/firefox/firefox" "-marionette" "-profile" "/tmp/rust_mozprofile.3LBcykrEU73V"
      Running Firefox as root in a regular user's session is not supported.  ($XDG_RUNTIME_DIR is /run/user/1000 which is owned by admin.)

      The above error does not support running Firefox as root in an ordinary user's session. Solution: Switch to other users to execute.

    • Test code

      import time
      from selenium import webdriver
      driver = webdriver.Firefox()

      It's okay to run directly on the remote server, but to report errors when running remotely on win10 pycharm:

      selenium.common.exceptions.WebDriverException: Message: 'geckodriver' executable needs to be in PATH.

      Two problems: 1. Unable to find Firefox driver 2. When using remote connection (such as using pycharm or other connection tool xshell), it is default to connect linux without interface, which causes it to be unable to start. You can modify the code as follows:

      import time
      from selenium import webdriver
      # Set to headless mode
      profile = webdriver.FirefoxOptions()
      # Designated Firefox Directory
      driver =webdriver.Firefox(executable_path="/usr/local/seleniumdriver/geckodriver",options=profile)

      Emphasis 1: It is found that deploying test projects to linux servers with interfaces requires adding headless patterns and specifying driver locations.

      Emphasis 2: There is an interface linux in VM. After login, it doesn't need to run directly (adding headless mode and specifying driver location). So you can connect the linux desktop with win, and then execute the code.

      Emphasis 3: Originally deployed with interface servers, in order to run in the server, while the operation of the interface is more in line with expectations, so try to combine jenkins operation, is to operate with local users.


3. Installation of Google Browser and Driver - centos7 64

  • download Google Browser Download
  • Download the file named rpm End Installation Package - google-chrome-stable_current_x86_64.rpm
  • Enter the command to install yum localinstall google-chrome-stable_current_x86_64.rpm
    • The installed version is: Google Chrome 76.0.3809.87 (official version) (64 bits)
  • Install the driver, as in the previous step, find the corresponding version for decompression, and place it in the / usr/local/seleciumdriver folder
  • Refresh permission source/etc/profile
  • Verify chromedriver --version
  • Run the code.

Tags: Firefox Linux Google Selenium

Posted on Wed, 04 Sep 2019 19:48:27 -0700 by xSN1PERxEL1TEx