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Subsystems can be defined in the
file using the following syntax.
argument is the command which will be executed when the subsystem is requested.
$ sshg3 user@remote -s <name>
argument can be a list of commands separated with a semicolon (
;), or it can, for example, refer to a script.
One example of a subsystem is
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