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Remote Command Examples from USS

Example 1: Remote command for creating directory testdir on a remote Unix system:

$ sshg3 mkdir testdir

Example 2: Remote command for creating a directory on a remote Windows system:

$ sshg3 "cmd /c mkdir testdir"

Note that quotes (") are needed around remote Windows commands when they are run from the USS shell.

Example 3: Multiple commands can be separated using a semicolon:

$ sshg3 "cd /tmp; ls -l test.*; rm test.txt"

Note that quotes (") are needed around multiple remote commands when they are run from the USS shell.


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