Gnome-Sshman 0.5.2 reviewDownload
Gnome-sshman is an ssh session manager for Gnome. Gnome-sshman is easy and fast to use and is useful for system administrators th
Gnome-sshman is an ssh session manager for Gnome.
Gnome-sshman is easy and fast to use and is useful for system administrators that need to connect to many SSH servers.
Gnome-sshman saves ssh sessions and allows you to open a saved session with selecting the saved session in a extensible menu. Also, is capable to save all your ssh passwords encrypted with AES in their keyring to open later with an unique passphrase.
Gnome-sshman has a new ssh terminal builded with vte and has tabs support (a ssh session for tab), a fast access new session menu, etc.
As graphical scp session substitute, you can use nautilus to open sftp sessions.
Is programmed with pygtk and glade (I'm learning pygtk+glade making this program:).
What's New in This Release:
Corrected port saving bug. Ssh port selected now is saved correctly.
Corrected bug with bold fonts, now bold text is readable.
Better ssh errors information when connection crashes.
Added close button to tabs.
Added "view" menu with zoom in/out and full screen options.
Changed keybindings from ctrl+ to ctrl+shift+.
Enabled cursor blink.
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