Execute a command on a remote host (via a SOCKS server)
int Rrcmd( char ** ahost, int inport, const char * locuser, const char * remuser, const char * cmd, int * fd2p );
- The name of the host that you want to execute the command on. If the function can find the host, it sets *ahost to the standard name of the host.
- The well-known Internet port on the host, where the server resides.
- The user ID on the local machine.
- The user ID on the remote machine.
- The command that you want to execute.
- See rcmd().
Use the -l socks option to qcc to link against this library.
The Rrcmd() function is a cover function for rcmd() — the difference is that Rrcmd() does its job via a SOCKS server.
For more information about SOCKS and its libraries, see the appendix, SOCKS — A Basic Firewall.
A valid socket descriptor; or -1 if an error occurs and a message is printed to standard error.