I'm trying to find UNIX or bash command to run a command after connecting to an ssh server. For example:
ssh name@ip "tmux list-sessions"
The above code works, it lists the sessions, but it then immediately disconnects. Putting it in the sshrc on the server side works, but I need to be able to type it in client side. I want to be able to run a command, it logs in, opens up the window, then runs the command I've set. Ive tried
[command] | ssh name@ip ssh name@ip [command] ssh name@ip "[command]" ssh -t name@ip [command]
ssh destination -t 'command; bash -l'
will execute the command and then start up a login shell when it completes. For example:
ssh -t firstname.lastname@example.org 'cd /some/path; bash -l'