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If we can simply use ssh, then a simple shell script on top of 'scp myscript.js debian@beaglebone.local:/var/lib/cloud9/autorun/' will actually already do the trick. I was thinking we needed to do something to secure the BoneScript web server and that it would be handling the connection. At one point, I was building up my testbanch to do BoneScript RPC testing: https://github.com/jadonk/bonescript/blob/master/test/TODO/remote_bonetest.js. With the PRC, you can simply do "b.writeTextFile("/var/lib/cloud9/autorun/myscript.js", MYSCRIPT_JS);".

13:57, 22 March 2017

Okay so you think I have to switch to Bonescript RPC and add a security layer on Bonescript Web Server? For the script management, I have to use a procedure created ad hoc inside the Bonescript Web Server or can I use the systemd remote manager?

01:05, 23 March 2017

What is the "systemd remote manager"? Is this the '-H' argument? That seems helpful. Why is anything special needed to do that? Sounds like a nice blog post, not a GSoC project.

09:44, 29 March 2017