Objective: SSH login ( + eliminate warning message) / run 2 commands / stay logged in:
EDIT: Oops, I made a mistake (see below):
This code does ~95% of what I wanted to do
# .bashrc # Run two commands and stay logged in to new server. alias gr='ssh -t -p 5xx4x email@example.com 2> /dev/null "cd /var; ls; /bin/bash -i"'
Now, after successful login / verify user logged in =
root pts/0 2011-01-30 22:09
Try to 'logout' =
bash: logout: not login shell: use `exit'
I seem to have full root access w/o being logged into the shell? (The " /bin/bash -i " was added to 'Stay logged in' but doesn't work quite as expected) FYI: The question is "How to get this SSH login working" & it is mostly solved, sorry I made a mess...
Original Question Here:
# .bashrc # Run two commands and stay logged in to new server. alias gr='ssh -t -p 5xx4x firstname.lastname@example.org "cd /var; ls; /bin/bash -i"' # (hack) Hide "map back to the address - POSSIBLE BREAK-IN ATTEMPT!" message. alias gr='ssh -p 5xx4x email@example.com 2> /dev/null'
Both examples 'work' as shown; When I try to add the ' 2> /dev/null ' to the first example, then the whole thing breaks.
- I'm out of time trying to solve the warning message other ways, so is it possible to combine both examples to make example #1 work w/o the warning message?
ps. If you also know a proper way to kill the login warning message, please do tell (the 'standard' "edit host file" advice isn't working for me)