Bamboo SSH Task - Is there a possible way to add -t for ssh remote connection

Hi :

Recently I'm using Bamboo SSH task to handle some jobs related with deployment in remote server, however, there's some commands need sudo permission in my shell script, just like "sudo pkgadd", as I add it as a Bamboo SSH Task and run it, in the log I saw there's an error indicated "ssh no tty present and no askpass program specified", as I googled solution, I found add -t parameter when we setup ssh connection could resolve this problem, so Just want to know is there anyway we can define these params like "-t" in Bamboo SSH Task ?

Thanks

Pason

3 answers

Requiretty is a security measure. Also having to modify each server's config is less than ideal. When will we be able to specify params to ssh?

Also I need to be able to run tests in the remote SSH with access to TTY. 

1 vote

If you run this:

sudo sed -i s/.*requiretty.*// /etc/sudoers

on the destination machine, you won't need a TTY to log in.

That's quite a cavalier solution, and not something you can necessarily do in production environments with tight security restrictions. Why can this not be a simple checkbox option on the SSH Task?

Hello,

Note that you have full SSH and root access to your AWS instance, so yes, you can perform this setting.

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