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Expect script: remove password on private key

I'm trying to remove the password on a private key. Doing it by hand is simple, I run this command and enter the password : openssl rsa <newkey.pem > newkey-no-password.pem I'm trying to do ...
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SSH Command behaves differently in Expect Script

I'm using this command on Server1 ~# ssh root@Server2 /root/.ssh/id_rsa.pub >> /root/.ssh/authorized_keys to append the contents of Server2's id_rsa.pub to the authorized_keys of Server1. It ...
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script to automate scp in network

I have a network full of Linux machines. In this network, I have a user as user1 with the password as password in all the machines. I have the following script to put files in the home directory of ...
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Why is expect's interact command not working?

I am trying to automate gdb with expect. My script will start gdb, do some initialisation, and then pass the control to the user. Expect's interact command seems like the perfect tool for the job. ...
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Counting files on a remote server with ssh and an expect script

Below is my script to take count for files which are present in remote server. But it is not working. Please help me. #!/usr/bin/expect spawn ssh sduser@172.0.0.2 expect "123" send "123" interact ...
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grep output of expect script

I'm trying to run some expect language, and grep/parse the output all in one script. I want to grep the output of and look for "error" (I should note that standard linux commands like awk, sed, grep, ...
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Run expect inside a bash script as another user

I am writing a bash script to install some small software I'm developing. That script is run with sudo (as root), but some of the commands that are executed by the script need (or should be) run with ...
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passing passwords to a script

I want to scp a file to a remote host, and from there, run a command on the file, and exit the remote session. If I write a usual script, call scp and then ssh, I am prompted to enter two passwords. ...