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Re: ssh remote enter simple txt

Sorry, this does not solve the confirmation issue. The reboot command
does not have a 'silent', 'force', -y or similar argent?


On 19.11.18 13:26, g4-lisz@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> If Cisco SSH allows you to execute commands remotely, you're barking up
> the right tree... In fact, you only need a ssh client and then you put
> something like that in your cron file:
> 04,37 *     * * *  sshuser     ssh root@cisco shutdown -r now
> My five cents...
> Till
> On 19.11.18 07:52, zi zu wrote:
>> I am trying to ssh into a system that does NOT have :
>> echo, touch, cat, history, pretty much nothing ...
>> This system is a Cisco appliance and I can log in and issue reboot but
>> reboot wants confirmation - a simple Y will do but I want to script it
>> so I can put into cron and have it done each Sunday... I've tried Perl
>> expect but I am no Perl programmer - I am slightly better with C ... lol
>> My question is - will libssh accomplish this or am I barking up the
>> wrong tree?
>> Thx/Bill
>> Deut 10:17

Re: ssh remote enter simple txtAris Adamantiadis <aris@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
ssh remote enter simple txtzi zu <zizu0000@xxxxxxxxx>
Re: ssh remote enter simple txtg4-lisz@xxxxxxxxxxxx
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