GNOME application to initiate connections to remote machines
GNOME Remote Connection Manager is an application that provides
an easy way to initiate connections to remote machines. Its primary
goal is to provide a GUI to launch ssh, telnet and rdesktop type of
applications, however it is highly configurable.
Gnome Remote Connection Manager is a gnome application that stores information
about remote connections. It gives you a GUI program to launch applications
like telnet, shh, or rdesktop. It is highly configurable as to what type of
applications it launches, so you are not limited to the three listed, for
example I never thought of using it for ftp, but it would be easy to setup.
GRCM uses gconf t
Waiting for dak to support bz2 tarballs, the upstream source has been bunzipped
and compressed again with gzip.
To get the repackaged source, just run
$ uscan --repack --download-version 0.1.6
in the Debian source tree.
grcm - GNOME Remove Connection Manager
grcm [options] files...
A GNOME application to initiate connections to remote
Usage: grcm [OPTION...]
--disable-sound Disable sound server usage
grcm (0.1.6-1) unstable; urgency=low
* Adopt package.
* New upstream release.
* Repackage fro
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