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Shell Script for logging into a ssh server

I need to connect via SSH to a remote server, however I must do this with out interactive mode and with out use Public keys and also with out install extra packes like sshpass or expect because it's a unix system based, I was wondering if it's possible using a script or send the pass together the command ssh connection, something like this:

$: ssh user@remoteserver \npassword
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marked as duplicate by Gilles, Mat, Michael Mrozek Feb 23 '12 at 7:08

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Or with some library on Java – fers Feb 19 '12 at 21:09
Seemingly needless crosspost of stackoverflow.com/questions/9283360/… – Chris Down Feb 19 '12 at 21:59

No, it deliberately isn't possible to do this. You will need to use one of those tools, or a public key without a passphrase.

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That's wrong. The makers of ssh deliberately make it difficult, because it's a bad idea, but it is possible. – Gilles Feb 19 '12 at 23:44

If you really need to do is this way consider using Expect like so:


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Please provide some context for links so that the answer is not dependant on an external site. – jasonwryan Feb 20 '12 at 6:28

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