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September 26, 2005, 2:54 pm
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I am using ultraedit to edit unix files using SFTP. Previously i was
able to access the files on the server smoothly using a generic account
which is shared among different users. Now since my comp has installed
an additonal layer of seurity due to which i have to first login using
my personal account to the unix shell after that i need to do sudo su -
[ generic account username]
The prolem is now that if a login using ultraedit i am not able to
edit the files since after doing sudo su ... the files are created
having owner as the
genrice account username. Using ultraedit i am only able to login to my
Is there any way i can fire the command sudo su after logging in
Re: How to run a command after logging using a SFTP client..
The Zeus editor offers seamless FTP/SFTP editing:
FWIW the Zeus FTP configuration has the option to define an
initialisation string which is run as soon as the logon is
completed (ie Options, Editor Options menu, FTP Hosts).
This might work in this instance.
Note: Zeus is shareware (45 day trial).
Author: Zeus for Windows
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