TinTin++ Mud Client Manual

Command: #run {name} {shell command} {file}

         The run command works much like the system command except that it
         runs the command in a pseudo terminal. The run command also creates
         a session that treats the given shell command as a server. This
         allows you to run ssh, as well as any other shell application, with
         full tintin scripting capabilities. If a file name is given the file
         is loaded prior to execution.

Example: #run {somewhere} {ssh someone@somewhere.com}
Example: #run {something} {tail -f chats.log}

Related: all, port, session, sessionname, snoop, ssl and zap.