Asbru Connection Manager
A user interface that helps organizing remote terminal sessions and automating repetitive tasks.
What is Asbru Connection Manager?
Ásbrú Connection Manager is a user interface that helps organizing remote terminal sessions and automating repetitive tasks.
- Simple GUI to manage/launch connections to remote machines
- Scripting possibilities, 'ala' SecureCRT
- Configurable pre or post connection local commands execution
- Configurable list of macros (commands) to execute locally when connected or to send to connected client
- Configurable list of conditional executions on connected machine via 'Expect'
- KeePassX integration
- Ability to connect to machines through a Proxy server
- Cluster connections
- Tabbed/Windowed terminals
- Wake On LAN capabilities
- Local and global variables, eg.: write down a password once, use it ANY where, centralizing its modification for faster changes
- Seamless Gnome/Gtk integration
- Tray icon for 'right button' quick launching of managed connections
- Screenshots and statistics
Asbru Connection Manager Screenshots
Asbru Connection Manager Features
Asbru Connection Manager information
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- 121 Forks
- 91 Open Issues
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- Terminal Emulator
- RDP Sessions in a Tab
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Open source, actively developed as of Jan 2019
Best and only fully open source software (FOSS) for SSH/RDP/SFTP/X11 session management available
From screenshots it looks to be a PAC-manager fork ? Why you do not mention this clearly ?
From the Releases page (https://github.com/asbru-cm/asbru-cm/releases) it states:
> The very first Ásbrú Connection Manager Release :) No new feature, this release is only a rebranding of the** former application**. Disclaimer This is the first pre-release to collect the first feedbacks. Use it at your own risks ! At least, please make sure you have a proper backup of your configuration files (that you should find in ~/.config/pac) before testing Ásbrú on a production environment.
Ah they say so in the FAQ section : https://github.com/asbru-cm/asbru-cm/wiki/Frequently-Asked-Questions
So this is a PAC manager fork.
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