When it comes up with the username prompt, type your password so it appears in plain text and see if what you see in front of you agrees with what you type. (Being careful to make sure ... [by TrevorH]
I want to automate a call to ftp in a shell script. If I type
I am prompted for a username and password. I want to give that username and password as part of the call to ftp. The man page for ftp says I can issue a user command at the ftp prompt -- but I want to login to ftp all in one go. Is that possible? I don't see anything in the flags for ftp.
I noticed when when use PCmanFM and I want to open a current folder as root, it will prompt me for password and I can't use onboard (virtual keyboard) to type the password. It's pretty annoying that I have to flip the screen around to access the hardward keyboard on my tablet.
The answer to the following question appears to hint that using cmdkey.exe to cache your credentials prior to running a command on a remote machine using psexec.exe will prevent your username and password from being sent across the network as plain-text; but it doesn't seem to state it outright; So I thought I'd ask here to find out for sure.
Looking for a way in a shell script to validate the password for for root on an (AIX) matches a standardized plain text password. This query is similar to another one on this site. I have access to root and can compile a c Program if needed.
I have been abel to find standard libraries to do this for HP-UX and Linux. Now I am working on AIX and I have been hitting nothing but road blocks.