sudo + ssh..
MridulP at virtusa.com
Mon Apr 7 07:52:00 EDT 2003
I sent a mail to comp.security.ssh but no reply. I'm hoping that you guys
have a pointer towards the solution... so here goes...
My program is run by another program using sudo. I need to use netstat on a
remote machine. The command ends up looking like this
sudo ssh -l blah 22.214.171.124 sudo netstat -p
This asks me for the password of blah at 126.96.36.199.
I have configured the remote machine in such a way that I can connect to it
with an empty passphrase.
ssh -l blah 188.8.131.52 sudo netstat -p
works without asking me for any password.
Is there a way I can get the ssh to use the passphrase. Since this system
call is being invoked from within a program, I do not want to pass the
password every time.
"Code softly and carry a big debugger."
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