Thanks in advance:
Here is what I'm trying to do. I am using Notepad++ to log-in to a UNIX system. I am using the NPPExec console to do this, and the login process works... kind of. I use NPPExec to execute this script, named "sasunix.sh":
"C:\userblah\username\Desktop\plink.exe" -load "SUN4" -l myloginname -pw mypassword
As you can see I am using Putty's command line program "plink.exe" to send the command; "SUN4" is the session profile I am using. The problem is, the next screen logs me in (successfully), but proceeds to ask me for my password an additional time, followed by my terminal emulation setting (for me, this is 'xterm').
THE QUESTION: What additional lines would I add to my script to execute this sequence of inputs on the UNIX system (i.e. typing them in individually and pressing "ENTER" each time):
1.) thepassword 2.) xterm 3.) sas -nodms -nonews
I think this boils down to a misunderstanding of how commands are passed between NotePad++ and the NPPExec console window. At any point, if I press "F6", a prompt pops up, saying "WARNING: Console process still running...". This messagebox prompt allows me to type in a line which is then sent to the console... but how do I put a series of these inputs into the script?
I have read as much as I can about this stuff, so please forgive my general lack of understanding and any redundances.