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Expect not correctly setting Vagrant passwd

Ended up with

PASSWD=$(expect -c '
  log_user 0
  proc abort {} {
    puts "Error with setting password?"
    exit 1
  spawn passwd vagrant
  expect {
    password:        { send "vagrant
" }
    default          abort
  expect {
    password:        { send "vagrant
" }
    default          abort
  puts "User Vagrant has had password set..."

Categories : Bash

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