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python ssh and sudo remote commands

python ssh and sudo remote commands

python ssh and sudo remote commands

I was wondering if somebody can help.
I'm writing a python script to make a remote command but requires a sudo password. I got the following script but the password is not sendout it seems

thanks in advance for any assistance

CODE -->

import paramiko
import SocketServer
import socket
import commands
import os
import time

ssh.connect ('','22','user','password')
chan = ssh.invoke_shell()
chan = ssh.get_transport().open_session()
chan.exec_command('sudo ls /qp1/mo/script >>/home/user/dirout.test')

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