passing additional options to SSH on the rsync command line?

jw schultz jw at
Tue Jan 7 04:07:00 EST 2003

On Mon, Jan 06, 2003 at 08:50:04PM -0700, magicdb wrote:
> I have an account on evilserver.
> evilserver requires a *login* of the form "user at".  something 
> to do with cheap hosting, I suppose.
> ssh gets ill on that.  ssh user at is no good.
> So I do this:
> ssh -oUSER=user at
> which works just fine: ssh uses the entire mess as a log in string, and 
> is quite happy.
> So, how can I get rsync to play ball with this ugly scheme of things?  
> Is there a way?
> Thanks!
> PS: please cc: this address on replies, as I am not subscribed to the 
> list.  thankyou very much.


	rsync -e "ssh -oUSER=user at" 

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