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help with expect script

help with expect script

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I have following expect script, I need help to get uname -m variable and assign to if statement.

Thanks!

#!/usr/bin/expect

set USER [lindex $argv 0]
set USER_PASS [lindex $argv 1]

set fid [open /path/iplist.dat]
set contents [read -nonewline $fid]
close $fid

foreach IPADDR [split $contents "\n"] {
spawn ssh $USER@$IPADDR
expect {
"assword:" {
send "$USER_PASS\r"
}
"you sure you want to continue connecting " {
send "yes\r"
expect "assword:"
send "$USER_PASS\r"
}
}

# how do I get uname -m here #

if { ["$HVAR" = "A"] } {
do some action here
} else {
do some action here
}
}
expect eof

RE: help with expect script

You can use "lsb_release -a" to determine what linux distro you have, but it is a bit verbose.
lsb_release -a
No LSB modules are available.
Distributor ID: Debian
Description: Debian GNU/Linux 6.0.6 (squeeze)
Release: 6.0.6
Codename: squeeze


Use "lsb_release -s -c" to get just the codename.

You can use "$(lsb_release -s -c)" to get just the codename as a variable in your if statement.

You could also use "$(uname -n)" as a variable in your if statement as well.


Cybex

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