🐧 Shell Command - root

by Patrick Corgan

Version 3 (September 2, 2022)

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Allows you to send a command (or commands) to the Linux shell, as either root or standard user, and displays any output.

To send more than one command, just put each command on its own line. Commands will be executed in the same shell instance, in the order entered, as entered - warts and all. No attempt whatsoever is made to correct or change punctuation, capitalization, escaping, etc.

-Output from multiple commands will be displayed together, with no indication of which command produced what output (or even where one output ends and the next begins), except that multiple outputs are presented in the same order as the commands that produced them. Example:
cd /
-Any errors will not prevent subsequent commands from being executed, although any error messages generated will still be displayed. Example:
cd No_such_file_or_directory
-When multiple commands are issued, the displayed exit code is from the last command in the list. Compare to above:
cd No_such_file_or_directory

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Non-root version: https://llamalab.com/automate/community/flows/27636

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Version 2:
-Added basic error trapping.
-Fixed an embarrassing bug in su shell block.

Version 3:
-Added support for multiple commands.
-Minor UI changes.
-Minor bug fix.

Version 4: Now uses cliEncode(). Thank you Ricardo FernΓ‘ndez Serrata.

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