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    by Edward A Webbfor Bamboo Server 5.0-beta1 - 6.0.3 and more versions
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    Adds restrictive edit rules and reverse SCP

    Adds restrictive edit rules and reverse SCP

    Easy configuration

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    Changing password or commands

    Add the host, credentials and commands to execute.

    Changes to the commands require password re-entry

    Changes to the commands require password re-entry

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    by Gretchen on 2016-11-16
    Popped this in dev and it ran successfully first time out of the gate with nearly no configuration.
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    by Hans-Hermann Hunfeld on 2015-04-30
    Great plugin, but create a support request or issue isn´t possible as sign on onto according JIRA issue tracker is impossible (The email address provided is not from an allowed domain). We face some problems using wildcards (although escaped via backslash) while trying to copy a bunch of files from the remote machine to my local build agent. The remote path I specify contains a wildcard like this: : "../PortalStructure/xmls/*.xml"
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    Edward A Webb
    Hi Hans, Sorry to hear you can't register an account. Please share your domain and I will follow up with Atlassian. For the problem at hand I don't believe I was able to properly support wild cards in the reverse scp task due to limitations in the underlying java library. One workaround is to use an SSH task to move or tar the appropriate files to a specific folder or file which the subsequent scp task can target specifically. I'll revisit the design and see if I can code a built in solution as well.
    by Faisal khan on 2012-10-26
    How can i pass the ssh public key during login with password ?
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    Edward A Webb

    That would depend on where your key is stored..

    I would think the simplest approach (assuming the public key exists on your build agent) would be accomplished in a few commands


    1st - make sure the .ssh directory exists on the target server

    mkdir ~/.ssh || echo "SSH directory already exists"

    2nd - *append* the contents of the public key into authorized_keys

    echo "JKJKDGJKDGDHJGDHGDHG++===" >> ~/.ssh/authorized_keys



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    Version Bamboo Server 5.0-beta1 - 6.0.3 Released 2017-02-08


    fixes BSST-15 updating bouncycastle dependencies


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