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Re: Change user to root using ssh::expect

by skx (Parson)
on Sep 01, 2009 at 19:59 UTC ( #792725=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Change user to root using ssh::expect

I'd double-check the password just to be sure, but if you are sure then it might be something such as a missing "\n" (or newline)

You could test for that by changing your code to read:

my $pass = 'passw0rd'; $result = $ssh->send($pass . "\n" );

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[james28909]: i forgot how to link my scratch pad
[Lady_Aleena]: [pad://]
[james28909]: my scratchpad
[james28909]: and like i say, is just an example, not working code, but hopefully you understand what i mean. :)
[james28909]: and like i say, it would be alot of work to get around renaming 3 subs haha
[Lady_Aleena]: Well, you would have to add the file munging and a lot more.
[james28909]: yeah but it would rename those subs xD

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