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Old Unix and Linux 01-17-2013   -   Original Discussion by zigizag
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SSH HELP how to connect auto?


i have some servers on my network.

i need to connect to them auto from my work station sith SSH.

i need to write a script thet connects to the server with USERNAME and PASSWORD automticly.

and on each server to kill process.

in my sciprt i want to put all list the IP of my servers.

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Old Unix and Linux 01-17-2013   -   Original Discussion by zigizag
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You have to install ssh-keys. This allows passwordless connection. ssh was written to deliberately subvert what you are trying to do.

ssh-keygen: password-less SSH login

In windows you have to use Puttygen to create your keys:
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