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dish

http://gnu.mirendom.net/dish.shtml
The 'diligence' shell (dish) lets you execute commands on several hosts. By using expect to automate interactive remote logins via ssh, rsh or telnet, dish executes commands, sequentially or simultaneously, on all specified hosts. It is a powerful system administration tool for a group (cluster) of heterogeneous hosts allowing remote control from a single point of management. 'dish' is very flexible, and has similar functionality to IBM's dsh (distributed shell) as well as the ability to remotely execute commands which require authentication - ie in case of password change, scp inside ssh, password-protected smbfs mount, su shell, etc.

Documentation

User manpage available in HTML format from http://gnu.mirendom.net/download.cgi/gnu/dish/dish.1.html

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Licensing

LicenseVerified byVerified onNotes
GPLv2orlaterDeborah Nicholson11 December 2007
GPLv3orlaterDeborah Nicholson11 December 2007



Leaders and contributors

Contact(s)Role
Dimitar Ivanov Maintainer


Resources and communication

Audience Resource type URI
Bug Tracking,Developer,Support E-mail mailto:gnu@mirendom.net


Software prerequisites

Kind Description
Required to use ssh/rsh/telnet
Required to use expect
Required to use tcl/tk

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 6 January 2006.



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