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Re: How to run commands under non-interactive shell
- Subject: Re: How to run commands under non-interactive shell
- From: aleksey <joomcod@xxxxxxxxx>
- Reply-to: libssh@xxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Tue, 10 Jul 2012 10:58:04 +0300
- To: Huang Yaolong <libssh@xxxxxxxxxx>
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How can I run a command under non-interactive shell?
I don't want the redundant echo output of pty, and all I want is the output from the command I run and maybe I would interrupt this command.
By doing the following, the command will not run. Notice that I was using the C++ wrapper:
const string realCommand = command + "\n";
const int count = execChannel->write(realCommand.c_str(), realCommand.size());
after doing the above, I read from the channel, but it will block there because the command did not run yet.
How can I run the command specified?
If I request a pty, I can run the command correctly.
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