2009/5/27 Matiss <m...@inbox.lv>:
> Allright, false alarm..
> should've just tried to enter the password and not look at the
> messages, lol
> cheers,
> Matt
>  Quoting Matiss : Hey there,
>  Here's a command that I use
>  dump -0aunL -f - / | gzip -2 | ssh -p 182 m...@192.168.0.1 "dd
> of=/home/matt/usb_hdd/mail.err.lv/dump.root.l0.gz"
>  problem is, when ssh asks for password, it is fed a piped output
> from previous commands, not allowing me to enter a password for
> connection.
>  What am I doing wrong? :)
>  Cheers,
>  Matt
>  -- Tavs bezmaksas pasts Inbox.lv
>
> Links:
> ------
> [1] mailto:m...@inbox.lv
>

You could also try using SSH keys;
http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en/books/handbook/openssh.html

Chris



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