[SOLVED] Need script to install .rpm packages with su login thru ssh on 20 suse computers
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i know my ssh command is right and my rpm command is right. the other thing is that i am to use a loop but i did not see the need. Hope I made my self clear on the two parts: mistake in script and is loop required?
I have not used sshsudo previously, but having a quick search on the net it seems to imply the server names should be comma separated.
Also, I would place your path (passed to rpm) in quotes other wise the * will be expanded and may not give you what you want. Examples also show the command as coming straight after
the server names and not on its own line.
So not sure if any of your switches change the default behaviour, but this would seem to be some things to look at.