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Old 07-16-2003, 07:12 AM   #1
ifan
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Running a command in a screen session


Is there anyway I can run a command in a screen session fron a file called by crontab?

I connect a VPN from a screen session which is already running the ssh-agent, I would like to issue the command to start the vpn in screen session from an executable file (trying to automate stuff) if the VPN connection goes down

I can use pidof to check wether the agent is running or not, and the use if/then/else to tell it what to do..... just don't know how to run the command in the screen session.

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