[Twisted-Python] Creating an SSH client programatically with Twisted?

Paul Swartz z3p at twistedmatrix.com
Tue Oct 22 19:45:44 EDT 2002

On 22 Oct 2002 at 12:14, Max Schubert wrote:

> Hi,
>     Thank you for the information and help.  Paul Swartz sent me an SSH
>     client he has written and mentioned that he might be doing some more
>     client examples and documentation for the conch module at some point.
> Max

As promised, I've attached a simple SSH client.  
It connects to a server, and runs three programs: 
true, false, and echo.  It tries to use a DSA 
public key in ~/.ssh/id_dsa[.pub] for 
authentication but falls back to asking for a 
password.  I'll be putting this in CVS soon, but 
you saw it here first :)

     Paul Swartz
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