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Re: Calling User Program



Hi Linux Newbie,

Theres a few ways of doing this.

- You can run a command by adding it to the command line when calling ssh. 
ie. ssh <host> "command"
- If you're using keys instead of password authentication you can force 
the server to invoke a command by adding "command=<command>" before the 
user's key in the .ssh/authorized_keys file
- In sshd_config you can add the line "ForceCommand <command>". You can 
wrap this in a "Match" conditional block
- Alter the server-side user's profile or the system-wide profile to 
invoke a command upon logging in.

Regards,
David

listbounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 26/08/2009 07:11:11 AM:

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> Calling User Program
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> Hi,
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> I am running sshd (version 5.2.p1) in my embedded platform and I can
> succesfully login
> from ssh client in remote host.
> 
> I like to do some modifications. i.e. After typing username and
> password, I want to run a application program directly instead of
> prompt. I like to know, which file has to be modified?
> 
> Thanks in Advance


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