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Connect to a remote shell and run command in Java

Posted on 2006-06-27
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Hi,

Does anyone knows how use Java code to connect to a remote shell (linx), and run some commands such as "ls"? Thanks.

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by:rongasa
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I would suggest to create a server/client application. The remote client would send through a socket to the server (in linux/unix) the desired command to be executed. Then the server would execute the respective code, as a normall local command.
I hope my idea help you.
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If all you need to do is to execute a command at a remote server, you may want to take a look at those java implementaions of SSH client. Pretty much all linux distributions have SSH server included; that takes care of the remote side. All you need to do is to inject the command into the java SSH client. Here a link for java SSH implementaions:http://linuxmafia.com/ssh/java.html
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I think his solution is better than mine...
I suggest that you follow kjpus solution, i did not this...
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