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I am lazy to login to my server via ssh to execute just one command.

Like I need to touch /var/www/dir/file.doc. Can I do something like:

srun root@mydomain.com touch /var/www/dir/file.doc
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Best to put the part after touch or any command in general in single quotes so client shell doesn't expand it. – Ibn Ar-Rashid May 16 '11 at 9:33
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Yes, you can do

ssh root@mydomain.com touch /var/www/dir/file.doc
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OMG :D I didn't even try obvious solution! Thank you – fl00r May 16 '11 at 9:36

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