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Old 07-11-2006, 04:22 AM   #16
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With:
Code:
send "pass $PASSWORD\n"
expect {
  "+OK*\n"      {send_user "$expect_out(0,string)"}
  -gl "-ERR"    {send_user "Username or password incorrect.\n"}
}
I get:
Code:
root@MainThinkTank:~# bmail a b
send: spawn id exp6 not open
    while executing
"send "quit""
In other words, what i want do to is echo "User/pass invalid" if the expect "+OK" afer 'pass $pass' fails. But if the pass is invalid the 'expect "+OK"' fails and the script returns error message. Another thing, how can i use a line like:
Code:
/usr/bin/expect <<EOF | grep '+OK logged in.' >/dev/null && echo "User/pass corecte pe domeniu" | grep 'Connection closed by foreign host.' >/dev/null && echo "User/pass INCORECTE pe domeniu"
Thanks.
 
Old 07-11-2006, 04:44 AM   #17
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I don't know where that error message comes from, remove "log_user 0" from the script to see what's going on. As for the "other thing", that line doesn't make much sense. Use the send_user commands to modify the script's output.
 
Old 07-11-2006, 04:56 AM   #18
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I have no "log_user 0" in my script
So here's what i want to do:
1) telnet to host.com
2) send user $user
3) send pass $pass
if (user/pass correct) I) TRUE echo "User/pass correct"
II) FALSE echo "User/pass incorrect"

So how do i do that?

I'm now reading some information on expect but i really love some support, thanks for all the kind information you already give me.

P.S: The 'send_user' writes nothing on the screen.

Last edited by Braynid; 07-11-2006 at 05:37 AM.
 
Old 07-11-2006, 06:09 AM   #19
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That's strange, my last script should do precisely what you're asking for (except that its output looks a little different). Below you'll find that script's output with false user/password, once with "log_user 0" and then with "log_user 1". The send_user output is marked red, Expect's regular output is green.
Code:
ada@barnabas:~/tmp> ./test nobody unknown
Connection established.
Username or password incorrect.
ada@barnabas:~/tmp> sed -i 's/log_user 0/log_user 1/' test
ada@barnabas:~/tmp> ./test nobody unknown
spawn /usr/bin/telnet pop.gmx.net 110
Trying 213.165.64.22...
Connected to pop.gmx.net.
Escape character is '^]'.
+OK GMX POP3 StreamProxy ready <32227.1152611652@mp041>
Connection established.
user nobody
+OK May I have your password, please?
pass unknown
-ERR Username or password incorrect.
Username or password incorrect.
 
Old 07-11-2006, 07:42 AM   #20
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Ok, i was trying to run it with 'function' in .bashrc !
I have added the following script in a separate file:
Code:
#! /bin/bash

LOGIN=$1
PASSWORD=$2

/usr/bin/expect <<EOF

log_user 0

spawn /usr/bin/telnet mail.rdslink.ro 110
expect {
  "+OK"         {send_user "Connection established.\n"}
  timeout       {send_user "Timeout.\n"; exit 1}
}

send "user $LOGIN\n"
expect {
  timeout       {send_user "Timeout.\n"; exit 1}
  "+OK"
}

send "pass $PASSWORD\n"
expect {
  "+OK*\n"      {send_user "\$expect_out(0,string)"}
      -gl "Connection closed by foreign host."    {send_user "Username or password incorrect.\n"}
}

send "quit"
EOF
Thanks for all the hints!!
Have a nice day!
 
Old 07-11-2006, 08:27 AM   #21
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Braynid
Ok, i was trying to run it with 'function' in .bashrc !
That should still work. I just tried, and it gives the same result.
 
  


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