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Re^2: Sending and receiving data to standard input and output of the linux based server.by regexes (Hermit)
|on Mar 01, 2013 at 14:11 UTC||Need Help??|
Basically, you need to know when the telnet/SSH session is prompting for input.
How to get around that problem?
Make the prompt something you know, see here: Re: Net::Telent - How to get the prompt displayed after login using telnet?
Then send the input, see here: Interactive input via telnet
With Net::Telnet, it's all a matter of using cmd(), waitfor() and print()
For SSH, you might try taking a look at Net::SSH::Expect
I haven't searched here but I bet there's plenty of examples to be found.