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hello everybody

i am confused by this problem for few days:

I installed SSH plugin and SCP plugin on hudson-ci system, so in the config page i can find config section then i enable ssh function:

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but my ssh script can not run on the remote server

then give this log:

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Started by user hudson
[SSH] executing pre build script:
cp /usr/local/11/10/earlybird/upld /usr/local/11/10/earlybird/../upld_bk -r -f

[SSH] exit-status: 1
[SSH] executing post build script:

[DEBUG] Skipping watched dependency update; build not configured with trigger: ssh test #4
Finished: SUCCESS
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i dont know why i want my script executed during build,please help me
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If you run the pre build script command manually using ssh on the build slave, while logged in as the same user as Hudson is, then what happens?
 
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Peter Johnson wrote:If you run the pre build script command manually using ssh on the build slave, while logged in as the same user as Hudson is, then what happens?



i can run these cmd in my secureCRT client but not in hudson ssh plugin

yesterday i tried another command "ls >>txt" it can be executed,give messages below:

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Started by user hudson
[SSH] executing pre build script:
cd /usr
ls >> /usr/txt

[SSH] exit-status: 0
[SSH] executing post build script:

[DEBUG] Skipping watched dependency update; build not configured with trigger: ssh test #9
Finished: SUCCESS
=======================

Strangly, i checked this "txt" file in /usr/, it was named "txt?" not "txt", i am confused again
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It would appear that your script commands are terminated with a CR-FL char combination. Linux uses only LF, and the Cr shows up as a "?" at the end of the line. This might be a problem with the ssh plugin you are using for Hudson.

I am guessing that Hudson is running on a Windows box. If so, Therefore you might be better off running a bat file from Hudson and placing the ssh commands into the bat file.

Or are you using a browser on Windows? It would help if you described your setup.
 
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Peter Johnson wrote:It would appear that your script commands are terminated with a CR-FL char combination. Linux uses only LF, and the Cr shows up as a "?" at the end of the line. This might be a problem with the ssh plugin you are using for Hudson.

I am guessing that Hudson is running on a Windows box. If so, Therefore you might be better off running a bat file from Hudson and placing the ssh commands into the bat file.

Or are you using a browser on Windows? It would help if you described your setup.



thank you peter ,Hudson deployed on linux but still can't find problem ,now i write scripts in my build.xml it can be executed by ant
 
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