[j-nsp] ssh (cli?) differences in 6.4R2.
Scott A. McIntyre
scott at xs4all.net
Tue Nov 16 05:02:07 EST 2004
--On Tuesday, November 16, 2004 04:39:59 CET -0500 Jeff Wheeler
<jeff at reflected.net> wrote:
> On Tue, 2004-11-16 at 02:36, Igor Gashinsky wrote:
>> I ran into this exact issue as well, and according to juniper
>> that's the way it will work from this point on (previous behavior was
>> broken). To get multi-commands to work via ssh, do this:
> Note that the cli is invoked for "regular users" based on the shell
> configured in /etc/passwd. If you felt like being non-standard, you
> could simply change the user's shell back to /usr/sbin/cli.
Unfortunately, this doesn't cut it:
scott:*:2007:20:Scott A. McIntyre:/var/home/scott:/usr/sbin/cli
In other words, my shell is indeed the cli, but when you run ssh with
commands to execute, it still pushes them through "sh -c" -- however,
Igor's suggestion does work, it just means some adjustment of internal
tools which were expecting one type of behaviour and were disappointed when
they did not receive it.
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