Matt <> writes:

> So, rather than start a comint and then ssh from there, it's possible to let 
> Emacs start the subprocess, manage the ssh connection, and just read that.  
> Emacs makes a buffer from a network stream by calling start-process` using 
> `shell-file-name`.  `org-babel-shell-initialize` closes around 
> `shell-file-name` with whatever shell language is used.  Therefore, we could 
> provide header arguments to pass parameters and the destination to ssh.  

Or we can make use of TRAMP as we usually do to access remote
environment. IMHO, it is more reliable as TRAMP takes care about
arranging all the Elisp FS interaction to work on remote system.

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