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       lshg - secsh (SSH2) client


       lshg [OPTION...] HOST [COMMAND]


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       the SEE ALSO section).

       Connects   to   the  the  remote  machine  HOST  through  a  previously
       established lsh gateway and perform one or more actions, i.e.   command
       execution,  various forwarding services. The default action is to start
       a remote interactive shell or execute a given  command  on  the  remote


              Print huge amounts of debug information

       --log-file=File name
              Append messages to this file.

       -q, --quiet
              Suppress all warnings and diagnostic messages

              Detailed trace

       -v, --verbose
              Verbose diagnostic messages

              Program  to  use  for  reading  passwords. Should be an absolute

       -l, --user=User name
              Login as this user.

       -p, --port=Port
              Connect to this port.


       -B, --background
              Put process into the background. Implies -N.

       -D, --forward-socks[=port] Enable socks dynamic forwarding

       -E, --execute=command
              Execute a command on the remote machine

       -L, --forward-local-port=local-port:target-host:target-port

       -N, --nop
              No operation (suppresses the default action, which is to spawn a
              remote shell)

              Connect to given subsystem. Implies --no-pty.

       -S, --shell=command
              Spawn a remote shell

       Universal not:

       -n, --no
              Inverts the effect of the next modifier

       Modifiers that apply to port forwarding:

       -g, --remote-peers
              Allow remote access to forwarded ports

              Disallow remote access to forwarded ports (default).

       Modifiers that apply to remote execution:

              Detach from terminal at session end.

              Do  not  detach  session  at  end,  wait  for  all open channels

              Don't request a remote pty.

              Redirect stderr to /dev/null

              Redirect stdin from /dev/null

              Redirect stdout to /dev/null

              Redirect stderr

              Redirect stdin

              Redirect stdout

       -t, --pty
              Request a remote pty (default).

       Miscellaneous options:

       -e, --escape-char=Character
              Escape char. `none' means disable. Default is to use `~'  if  we
              have a tty, otherwise none.

              Make -B write the pid of the backgrounded process to stdout.

       -G     If no usable gateway is found, launch lsh instead.

              Send a debug message to the remote machine.

              Send an ignore message to the remote machine.

       -?, --help
              Give this help list

              Give a short usage message

       -V, --version
              Print program version

       Mandatory  or  optional arguments to long options are also mandatory or
       optional for any corresponding short options.


       See the --verbose , --trace and --debug options.


       Using the -G option, for example in  LSHGFLAGS  it's  easy  to  use  an
       existing gateway if there is any and connect using lsh if not.


       Report bugs to <>.


       LSHG_FLAGS  may  be used for passing additional parameters. The parsing
       order is undefined.


       The lsh suite of programs is distributed under the GNU  General  Public
       License;  see  the COPYING and AUTHORS files in the source distribution
       for details.


       The  lsh  program   suite   is   written   mainly   by   Niels   Moller

       This   man-page   was   written   for   lsh   2.0  by  Pontus  Freyhult
       <>, it is based on a template written by J.H.M. Dassen
       (Ray) <>.


       lsftp(1),  lsh(1),  lsh-authorize(1), lsh-export-key(1), lsh-keygen(1),
       lsh-make-seed(1), lsh-upgrade(1), lsh-upgrade-key(1),  lsh-writekey(1),
       lshd(8), ssh-conv(1)

       The  full  documentation for lsh is maintained as a Texinfo manual.  If
       the info and lsh programs are properly  installed  at  your  site,  the

              info lsh

       should give you access to the complete manual.