To better integrate my Windows DevOps into Emacs Org-mode, I'd like to use my local emacs as an IDE for a remote Powershell.
SSH was easily setup, from Linux shell
ssh I can successfully login to a
powershell powershell shell as a domain user, and run commands, without password, using keys. Non-ASCII characters like 'é' work, and TAB works as usual in
I routinely run code blocks on Linux systems via SSH, so I tried:
#+NAME: PSH-Test #+HEADER: :dir "/ssh:MyWinPC:~/" #+BEGIN_SRC shell ipconfig #+END_SRC
When I run the above, I get queried for my remote password, and then I get a message
Tramp: Found remote shell prompt on MyWinPC
Emacs then hangs until I press C-g.
*scratch* I then executed
(setq tramp-verbose 10), and retried. In the debug output buffer I could see my remote prompt, so login seems to have worked, and there was a message indicating, that
/bin/sh could not be loaded. So I am assuming this to be the/a problem.
Do I need
winexe, If i can successfully
powershell as code block language makes no difference.
I installed a package for powershell from the package manager.
So, How do I correctly call/execute PowerShell/CMD commands/scripts from linux emacs org-mode code blocks on remote Windows 7+ Hosts via SSH?
Note: In the meantime I use the workaround of wrapping all windows devops scripts into a linux shell block, that does
ssh as first step, but that feels ugly.