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That regular expression works fine. Thanks a lot.

However i am facing a new issue now. After ssh, I can encounter either RSA key authentication and password prompt(First time) or only password prompt. Then I want to be able to continue to look for bash prompt so that I can continue my other linux commands.Here is my code snippet

$exp->spawn("ssh -l root $sshHostname") or die "cannot spawn ssh: $!\n +"; $exp->expect($timeout,[ qr/RSA/i,#/ sub { my $fh = shift; $fh->send("yes\n"); }); $exp->expect($timeout,'-re','password' => sub { my $fh = shift; $fh->send("$sshPWD\n");} ); $exp->log_file->print("#Successfully ssh'ed in\n"); $exp->expect($timeout, '-re','~]#' => sub {my $fh = shift; $fh->send("cd /u0x/tmp\n");}

In reply to Re^2: regular expression matching in expect by cmastays
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