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in reply to Multi-hops with Net::OpenSSH

If I recall correctly, that's a feature of sshd. You can override it by issuing '-t' in your ssh command. e.g., "ssh -t <user>@<host".

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Re^2: Multi-hops with Net::OpenSSH
by salva (Canon) on May 29, 2009 at 20:07 UTC
    Most Net::OpenSSH commands accept an tty => 1 option exactly just for doing that.

    For instance:

    $ssh->system({tty => 1}, ssh => $hostB, $commandB);
      Hi salva,

      Do I include this this on ScriptA or ScriptB?

      ScriptA ssh's to $host1 and executes ScriptB which ssh's to $host2.

      I tried adding it to ScriptB but get the following error from Net::OpenSSH::new() (which is where my error is coming from)
      Invalid or bad combination of option ('tty')

      Thanks!
        Do I include this this on ScriptA or ScriptB?

        I can't tell you without seeing the scripts source code! post them.