On Tue, Aug 17, 2010 at 15:19, tedd <t...@sperling.com> wrote:
> Bingo -- that worked.
> It's interesting that a space is optional between -u and user, but required
> to be absent between -p and password. Seems not symmetrical to me.

    The command I sent was because - as I said in the original thread
- passing any password directly to the command line is Very Bad[tm].
If you're passing it via exec(), though, and don't want to use an
'expect' shell, passing it directly to -p is at least a bit less
dangerous.  Plus, doing so will not leave anything in your
~/.bash_history on the server.

    That said, sorry for appearing inattentive, despite this being
directed right at me.  I have been out of the office more than in for
the last couple of weeks, while working on a ton of new stuff.
Eventually it will go back to "normal."

</Daniel P. Brown>
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