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comment ssh input from text file
ssh user@server "bash < Remote.txt" is ssh _ _ _ Remote.txt and ssh user@server "bash < <(sed -e 's/^[ ]*//' Remote.txt)" is ssh _ _ _ _ _ Remote.txt . These command may work but the "question" is still unanswered.
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comment ssh input from text file
Well the question was to fill in the blanks _ and these two command above work perfectly if you ask me. The first blank _ is always user@server, the second _ in the first command has to be exactly one word (or command) which in this case is cat. In the second command the second _ is for sed and third _ is for 's/^[ ]//g'. This sounds more like it unless you can change the question when you sitting in an interview.
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