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It's really not very clear what isn't working for you. If you just want to run a command remotely, sshpass can help you. Maybe you just have the syntax a little bit wrong. For example, the following command will login to a remote server, check the uptime and print the uname: sshpass -p '<password>' ssh <username>@<myIp> "uptime;uname ...
Windows machine should run some SSH server, for example I like this one: freeSSHD (http://www.freesshd.com/), which suit my needs. Just you have to respect Windows style folders, etc. Simple: You will get into a DOS prompt. Other functions of freeSSHd will enable you to connect there by SFTP, mount Windows files and folders s a local drive via sshfs, manage ...
Same way, but you need to run a ssh server on the Windows machine (and make sure you are not firewalling the connection). See - http://stackoverflow.com/questions/18292/what-are-some-good-ssh-servers-for-windows Edit: If you need a windows ssh client, use PuTTy http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/
Wmctrl This is kind of related but you could change the text in the title bar of this mystery application using the command wmctrl. Example Say I ran the application gvim. It shows up as follows when I list the open windows. $ wmctrl -l 0x04402eed -1 grinchy N/A 0x00c00003 -1 grinchy Bottom Expanded Edge Panel 0x00c00028 -1 grinchy Top Expanded Edge ...
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