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Version: 329976 (ubuntu - 24/10/10)

Section: 1 (Commandes utilisateur)


pymetar - query METAR information and display it in a user-friendly way


pymetar [station]
pymetar --help
pymetar --version


Use pymetar to retrieve METAR (METeorological Aviation Report) information from the internet provided by the NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) and display it in an plain text format.

Call pymetar with the name of the METAR station you want to query. You can get the four-letter specifier of a station near you from


Display the usage screen and quit.
Display the version number of pymetar and the pymetar library and quit.


pymetar was written by Tobias Klausmann <>
This manual page was written by Uli Martens <> for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the same terms as pymetar itself (the GNU General Public License, Version 2 or later).


Set this variable to your HTTP proxy daemon to accelerate consecutive runs of pymetar. The name of the variable is case insensitive, you can also use http_proxy or HTTP_Proxy if you like. The syntax for this variable is
<Qui_Gon> je veux pinger ma machine qui est en ip sur mon réseau local
<Jayge> Qui_Gon> pourquoi tu les as pas appellée 192.168.* comme tout le monde ???
<Qui_Gon> ok je change alors
<Jayge> Ouais, les classes A je connais c'est les modems ADSL surtout, les classes C c'est utilisé dans les reseaux mais les B?
<lc_> Jayge: les classes A ont ete invente avant les modems ADSL
<Jayge> Lc_> j'ai pas dit le contraire
<Jayge> Lc_> j'ai dit que l'utilisation la plus courante était POUR les modems ADSL !
<Jayge> nuance