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What I'm looking for is a way to execute a script that resides on another system. I want to login in, execute the script, and logout. The Script (that I need to execute ) already resides on the remote machine.
If someone could come up with some help for me, I would really appreciate it. SSH is not a problem, by the way
I need to be able to execute the script remotely without going through the whole logging in mess.
The reason behind all this is that I have to execute this same script on multiple machines and I want an easier way of accomplishing it.
Create a (passwordless) ssh key and bind it to the command you want to run (by prepending the key with "command=/path/to/your/script" in ~/.ssh/authorized_keys). Then run ssh -i ~/.ssh/key_you_created user@host.
alternatively you can go without keys and just run ssh user@host /path/to/your/script