SSH password as a command-line parameter?

Michael T. Richter ttmrichter at gmail.com
Sun Jun 18 15:10:43 UTC 2006


On Sun, 2006-18-06 at 16:02 +0100, Daniel Carrera wrote:

> ssh me at server.com "mysqldump db_name -u me --password=secret | gzip -c" 
>  > sql-backup-2006-06-18.gz



> This would work except that I still need to type the ssh password. Is it 
> possible to specify the ssh password in the command line? Or do 
> something else so I can run this on a script?


You can set up some public keys for SSH sign-in.  Then you can automate
making connections.

http://www.hackinglinuxexposed.com/articles/20021226.html

That's what helped me set up an SSH bridge to get around the Great
Firewall.

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