Topic "scp - shell"

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hernanjk

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1) Can Winscp accept stacked shell commands - example: sudo su - name;bin/ksh
2) Can the 'DEFAULT' shell enviornment be set to bin/ksh without creating a session?
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hernanjk wrote:
1) Can Winscp accept stacked shell commands - example: sudo su - name;bin/ksh

The command is interpreted by the server. So that depends on server.
However the syntax would typically be like:
sudo su - name -c /bin/ksh
See also FAQ.

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2) Can the 'DEFAULT' shell enviornment be set to bin/ksh without creating a session?

See Set defaults on Login dialog.
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