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I can use Chilkat to send a command by ssh and get response immediately. If the command response takes multi-seconds or minutes, how to get them? if we don't know the response finished time, can we display what we get in a window, just like in Putty? Any examples are welcome. Thanks.

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asked Jan 08 '13 at 00:02

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I don't really understand the question. Why couldn't you simply read the channel later? Perhaps check to see if a response has arrived from time to time? I don't see how the coding would be any different other than NOT trying to read for a response immediately.

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answered Jan 08 '13 at 16:11

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