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tashkas
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no output
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gamingserv
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Simple recipes dont work for my....
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#!/bin/sh
sleep 30
apt install htop -y
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wolke
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Please remove the first line
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#!/bin/sh
It is added automatically.

Edited by wolke : March 31, 2019, 11:54 am
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tashkas
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is it possible to make run script on first ssh login?
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wolke
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Not with the built in function.
The following will work only with ssh login with key, not password.
1.add a "command=/path/to/your/script" at the end of your access key stored in authorized_keys.
2. Add a recipe in virtualizor that writes your desired script to the path above and issue a

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chmod +x /path/to/your/script

3. Whenever there is a login with the matched key, the script will be executed.
If you only needs this to run ONCE, you need to delete the script and change the key (remove the command=" sectionl. The script can also delete itself with simple

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rm /path/to/your/script

command as last line.
That´s just a suggestion which can be refined further.

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wolke
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FYI: as of today (Virtualizor release 3), recipe can be executed on vm rebuild also. That was not possible before.
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m3gatr0n
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Where I can find some documentation related to it.
I would like to know if I can use variables inside recipe like user email address or something.
Also I would like to know at which run-level the recipe will run.
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