python connect to server using SSH protocol How can python connect to server which use SSH protocol?
Is it easy since my python has to run third party vendor, write data,
read data inside the server (supercomputer).
>How can python connect to server which use SSH protocol?
>Is it easy since my python has to run third party vendor, write data,
>read data inside the server (supercomputer).
In advance, I'm not sure if I understood your problem. SSH is clearly a
shell. You will be able to execute other programs on the remote computer.
Using Python to run SSH commands on a remote server Generally speaking, what tools would I use to do this? Is there a built-in
module for it? I looked at the telnetlib module, but the documentation
wasn't really complete enough for me to get a good idea of it. Is Telnet and
SSH even the same thing?
Basically, I want to write a script that will automate the process of making
all .py files on my web server executable (chmod 755, or something similar).
On Mon, 23 Jun 2008 13:30:55 -0400, John Salerno <email@example.com> wrote:
>Generally speaking, what tools would I use to do this? Is there a built-in
ksh started from tectia ssh server ignores INT and QUIT signals Hallo,
we have a number of AIX systems running the same version of tectia ssh
server, with the default configuration. On some of these, the ksh is
ignoring interrupt and quit signals. I'd like to know why and what I
can do about it.
The signals are not trapped (/etc/profile ends with "trap 1 2 3"),
after a "su -" the problem is solved, after a plain "su" it remains.
debug1: Remote protocol version 2.0, remote software version 18.104.22.1684
SSH Tectia Server
oracle@servp1:/softp/app/oracle # procsig $$
4956280 : -ksh
HUP ignored RE...
SSH Keys: MULTINET SSH Client to TCPIP SSH Server Has anyone here had occasion to configure a Multinet 4.4 SSH client to
use public key authentication when connecting to an HP TCPIP (5.4) SSH
I created my public/private DSA key pair on the Multinet host, copied
the public key to my [.SSH2] directory on the TCPIP server, and
referenced the new key in the TCPIP server's AUTHENTICATION file.
From what I understand of the TCPIP SSH docs, the format of the public
key file is a single (long) line, beginning with the key type and
followed by the key value, e.g.:
So after I copied my pub...
SSH Tunnel through a firewall with a SSH Server Hello,
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SSH Tunnel works with a SSH server and allows to access resources within
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SSH Easy Tunnel uses plink software (a part of putty) to build up an
encrypted tunnel. We decided to use plink for its reliability and
because it is p...
connect a database in remote server (can connect to the server via SSH) Hi, All:
My perl code need to connect to a database (MySQL) in remote server,
and I can login that server via SSH. I am a new to perl, can anyone
give me a hint how can I do that. Many thanks.
> My perl code need to connect to a database (MySQL) in remote server,
> and I can login that server via SSH.
You don't need to have ssh access to the remote database server
in order to be able to connect to the database (at least if the
database server is configured to wait for remote connections).
> I am a new to perl, can anyone give me a hint h...
ssh ssh I am trying to write a script that takes a list of hosts and sshs into
the first one and then can ssh to other ones. I can only ssh to the
other hosts from the first host.
Here is what I tried:
I think it is waiting for the ssh to the first host to finish.
I guess I could scp a partial hostlist and a program to *.domain and
then run the program remotely.
Am I on a right track?
open( HL, '<hostlist3.txt' ) || die "can't open hostlist3";
open( HL, '<hostlist3.txt' ) || die "can't open hostlist3&qu...
[9fans] ssh server? hi,
another quick question.
did u say i could ssh to plan 9 box? i tried it but i dont think it works
for me. do i have to set up ssh server manually? what are the steps i
On Sat, 7 Feb 2004 firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> another quick question.
> did u say i could ssh to plan 9 box? i tried it but i dont think it works
> for me. do i have to set up ssh server manually? what are the steps i
> should take?
Crank up a auth server and follow the instructions on config'ing ssh for
each user you wish to provide with that server.
ssh server setup In a previous thread regarding VPN, ssh tunneling and secure
videoconferencing, Tacit wrote:
> If it is, and you do, it might be posible to do what you want via SSH
> tunnelling, if you're willing to shoulder the responsibility of learning how to
> use it and doing most of the heavy lifting. If you set your computer up with an
> SSH server, then you can walk your clients through the process of connecting
> via SSH pretty easily,
That was very helpful, Tacit.
I'm a little embarrassed to admit that I don't exactly know what it
means to "set up my computer wit...
[9fans] SSH server On my installation, moving tcp22 from /rc/bin/service to
/rc/bin/service.auth makes all the difference in gaining access to my
CPU server using SSH.
The failure mode was reported as a missing "service=sshserve" key in
factotum, whereas it seems to have been a file access (permissions?)
problem (none can't get where eve can). That none can Bopen()
/mnt/factotum/ctl but can't read its contents is also a bit strange.
What am I missing?
> The failure mode was reported as a missing "service=sshserve" key in
> factotum, whereas it seems to ...