[PATCH] Add ssh_config option ExecRemoteCommand which is equivalent to -N

Aris Adamantiadis aris at 0xbadc0de.be
Tue Aug 30 07:08:22 AEST 2016

Hi Volker,

Why "ExecRemoteCommand" ? I often use -N with port forwardings which
have nothing to do with executing a remote command.
Why not "NoShell" ?


On 29/08/16 16:33, Volker Diels-Grabsch wrote:
> Dear OpenSSH developers,
> I hope you don't mind that I resubmit my patch for OpenSSH.
> This patch adds a new ssh_config option "ExecRemoteCommand", which is
> the missing equivalent to the "-N" command line option.
> For implementation notes, please have a look at the top of the patch.
> Regards,
> Volker
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