Menu for quick connections to your remote hosts
sshmenu is a standalone application which puts all your most frequently used
SSH connections on a menu. Click on a host name to open a new terminal
window with an ssh connection to the selected host. Set up options for port
forwarding, etc. using the preferences dialog.
sshmenu-applet is a GNOME panel applet for connecting to hosts using SSH.
It can also be run as a standalone application without GNOME dependencies.
sshmenu-applet puts all your most frequently used SSH connections on a handy
menu in your GNOME panel. Click on a host name to open a new gnome-terminal
window with an ssh connection to the selected host. Set up SSH options (
Why do I get an error dialog when connecting?
Occasionally, after logging in and selecting a host from sshmenu, you'll get a
warning message like this:
$SSH_AUTH_SOCK points to /tmp/ssh-dLEVQe5341/agent.5431,
but it does not exist!
Sometimes when you log out of GNOME, the bonobo-activation-server is not
killed. Next time you log in, the old processes are used for starting
sshmenu - GNOME applet for connecting to hosts using SSH.
The SSHMenu applet puts all your most frequently used SSH
connections on a handy menu in your GNOME panel (see below
for non-GNOME versions. Click on a host name to open a new
gnome-terminal window with an s
sshmenu (3.18-2) unstable; urgency=low
* Acknowledge NMU. Thanks to Michael Biebl.
* add support for initiating connections from command-line
* implement a bash_
This package was debianized by Kevin Coyner <firstname.lastname@example.org> on
Fri, 24 Aug 2007 22:02:04 -0400.
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