I need to execute the following UNIX commands in sequence quite often. Is there any way to save the commands and execute it via some alias or so?
I need to execute:
$sudo su - user1
$sudo su - user2
The ssh commands above are not password less. How can I embed the passwords in a file and execute the file instead of the above commands? The servers are UNIX servers where I ssh to. And my PC is a Mac OS.
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