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An SSH password provider. It works by creating a TTY, feeding the password into it, and then redirecting stdin to the SSH session. More information:

  • Connect to a remote server using a password supplied on a file descriptor (in this case, stdin):

sshpass -d {{0}} ssh {{user}}@{{hostname}}

  • Connect to a remote server with the password supplied as an option, and automatically accept unknown SSH keys:

sshpass -p {{password}} ssh -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no {{user}}@{{hostname}}

  • Connect to a remote server using the first line of a file as the password, automatically accept unknown SSH keys, and launch a command:

sshpass -f {{path/to/file}} ssh -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no {{user}}@{{hostname}} "{{command}}"