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Epsilon User's Manual and Reference > Variable Reference >

ssh-command-windows: preference variable

Default value: %Xwinpty -a ssh

When Epsilon evaluates the ssh-template and ssh-no-user-template variables, it substitutes "ssh" for any %c sequence it finds. But an OS-specific variable like this one can override this.

Under Windows, Epsilon uses this variable as the name of the ssh command. Any %x in the setting will be replaced with the name of the directory containing Epsilon's executable; any %X will be replaced by the 8.3 version of that directory name.

Invoking the ssh client through the winpty helper program causes it to prompt for a password or passphrase.

More info:

ssh-no-user-template
ssh-template



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