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Re: Eshell tramp and multihop


From: Divan Santana
Subject: Re: Eshell tramp and multihop
Date: Mon, 19 Sep 2016 14:22:41 +0200
User-agent: mu4e 0.9.16; emacs 25.1.1

Divan Santana <address@hidden> writes:

> Hi All,
>
> I'm really hoping to be able to replace my X terminals with some mode in
> Emacs.
>
> Though find it pretty difficult to do so far.
>
> That's mostly because I'm new to Emacs and still missing a lot of basics
> which I hope to learn in time.
>
> One of the issues I have is with eshell and tramp.
>
> How to use eshell with tramp with multihops
>
> So when you need to use multihops with TRAMP you need a pipe AFAIK.
>
> Something like this works just find from find-file
>
> /ssh:address@hidden|sudo:address@hidden:/root/somefile.txt
>
> I can't get eshell working with tramp and multihop directly.
>
> I would expect this to work in eshell:
>
> /ssh:address@hidden|sudo:address@hidden:/root
>
> It seems not to like the pipe. Not sure if there is away around that?
>
> For now the method I have is to open the remote "path" via find-file,
> then spwan eshell after that. That seems to work.
>
> Any insight would be greatly appreciated :)

Ok, figured it out. Simple. Basically just needed to quote the cd, like so

cd
"/ssh:somenode|sudo:address@hidden|su:address@hidden:/home/anotheruser"

So the above ssh's to somenode, then sudo's to root, then su's to the
"anotheruser". Pretty cool.

Still have tons to figure out and get working before I can ditch my
terminal emulator.

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