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ssh-no-user-template: preference variable

Default value: "%c %h"

When the ssh command tries to run an external ssh program to connect securely to another computer, it uses this template to build the command line to run. Epsilon substitutes the host name for %h. For %c, Epsilon substitutes the contents of the variable ssh-command-windows under Windows, and "ssh" elsewhere. 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.

If the ssh command contains a user name, Epsilon uses the ssh-template variable instead. Epsilon checks for host-specific variables before checking this variable.

More info:

Secure Shell and SCP Support



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