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i need to make a batch file so that i can transfer the files form local host to the server unattended. I took a peak into the ssh_config file in ~/etc/.ssh where "batchmode no" is listed. i do not want to change this, so can i permit a user specific "batchmode yes" option. some help needed, asap, running out of time for this automation.

asked Jun 15 '12 at 19:30

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kiran
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the right syntax for it as well. with some explanation if possible, man ssh did not made me understood so asking for more detailed help.

(Jun 15 '12 at 19:32) kiran kiran's gravatar image
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