On Wed, Oct 25, 2023 at 01:17:42PM +0200, alain.coch...@unistra.fr wrote:
>    #+begin_src bash :results output
>    ssh coch...@fruc.u-strasbg.fr "echo foo>foo_file"
>    echo "bar"
>    #+end_src

I know that Ihor has already reproduced, but are you using an SSH key
to connect, or entering a password?

If entering a password, I'd expect there is some mixup. That I defer
to Ihor.

If you use an SSH key for passwordless access, try adding -n (ie: "ssh
-n derp@host mycommand"). The "-n" flag helps prevent the remote
command from interfering with your local terminal by redirecting
/dev/null as the remote stdin. I have to use this commonly in systems
administration, scripts, and tools like Ansible.


Russell Adams                            rlad...@adamsinfoserv.com

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