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Rover project provides a means of executing commands on remote machines via SSH, Telnet, or Rlogin. Connections are made and then
Rover project provides a means of executing commands on remote machines via SSH, Telnet, or Rlogin.
Connections are made and then managed using the Expect for Perl module. Rover can process many hosts in parallel. It comes with two interface programs, rover and rovergtk.
The first is a commandline tool with a built-in shell and batching capabilities; the other uses a Gtk interface to configure and use Rover.
If you want to run rover you must have these perl modules:
You can simply install Bundle::Expect via CPAN to satisfy these requirements.
If you wish to use the rovergtk frontend you also need:
XML::Parser (required by Gtk to build)
XML::Writer (required by Gtk to build)
To install this module type the following:
make test (optional)
These are several options you can supply to "perl Makefile.PL":
--no-gtk Do not install rovergtk, or check for Gtk
--no-deps Do not check for dependencies, just install.
--install-deps Attempt to install dependencies via CPAN.
What's New in This Release:
This version has fixed all known bugs.
Minor UI improvements were made.
Rover now uses System V IPC queues for parallel process communications.
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