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The above is OK if you not worried about security, as per sshpass man pages:
" The -p option should be considered the least secure of all of sshpass's options. All system users can see the password in the command line with a simple "ps" command."
So, instead what I do is use the -e option:
" -e The password is taken from the environment variable "SSHPASS"."
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You need to install "sshpass" for this to work.
apt-get install sshpass
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