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How can I open a xterm and ssh to another host and start pine all in the same comandline ?

I can do this:

ssh ip -f pine
and that works fine.

I can also do a
xterm -e ssh ip


But not:
xterm -e ssh ip -f pine
is there any way to do that?
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xterm -e ssh -t ip_number pine
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