Introduction to the Java SSH Client API
The Maverick Synergy Java SSH Client is a third-generation API now with over 18 years of development. In our examples below, we have tried as much as possible to create working examples that can be run and understood by an experienced Java programmer. Some source attributes may need to be changed, such as hostnames and IP addresses. If you would like a specific example, then please get in touch via our forums
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Create a Java SSH client and authenticate with your password.
SshClient ssh = new SshClient("localhost", 22, "lee", "mypassword".toCharArray());
Execute a command.
ssh.executeCommand("echo 'I was here!' > visited.txt");
Download a file.
ssh.getFile("visited.txt", new File("visited.txt"));
Load a private key from file.
SshKeyPair pair = SshKeyUtils.getPrivateKey(new File(".ssh/id_rsa"), "mypassphrase");
Programmatically enable logging.