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Easy SSH Connection

   1.3  

Plasmoid Script

Score 85%
Homepage:  Link
Version Control:  Link
Issue Tacker:  Link
Wiki:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  2951
Submitted:  Mar 6 2010
Updated:  Mar 18 2011

Description:

Plasmoid which allow you to connect your ssh servers by one click.

Support password authentication and private/public key authentication.




Changelog:

1.3
  • Added option for 'new tab' and 'new window'.
  • Used maystar's patch which fixes KDE wallet issue. Thanks maystar.
  • Server list is listed alphabetically.
  • Server list in configuration dialog listed alphabetically.
  • Changed switches to SSH command line


  • 1.2
  • Added X-Plasma-NotificationArea=true in .desktop file.
  • Moved ssh parameters before the hostname.
  • New connection opening in an already running konsole as new tab.
  • Now plasmoid find default wallet and using that.


  • 1.1
  • Fixed: Plasmoid doesn't save configuration of all servers. Now plasmoid use own configuration file.


  • 1.0
  • Fixed bug related with KDE 4.3 (tested on Fedora 12 - KDE4.3).
  • In configuration dialog added switches line.


  • 0.1b
  • Initial version



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     problem using it

     
     by boza on: Dec 16 2010
     
    Score 63%

    I've Slackware 13.0 and KDE 4.2.4 , succesfuly install the plasmoid but nothing happens when I've try to use it (I've add several servers in list but they did not show when I want to choose one)


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     Re: problem using it

     
     by vgevorgyan on: Mar 18 2011
     
    Score 50%

    Can you try to run plasmoid by plasmoidviewer?

    Just download plasmoid and in konsole type:
    plasmoidviewer easy-ssh-connection-1.3.plasmoid

    Try to use and send error messages that you will see in konsole.


    Thank you for help,
    Vardan


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     Not working

     
     by nsj on: Jan 26 2011
     
    Score 50%

    The concept is fantastic. Im eagering to use it, but I was not able to. It does not work in Slackware 64 13.1, does not work on kubuntu 10.04 and does not work on kubuntu 10.10.


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     Re: Not working

     
     by vgevorgyan on: Mar 18 2011
     
    Score 50%

    I'm using plasmoid under my kubuntu 10.10 and it's working well.

    Can you write what is the problem? not installing, not opening server list ... etc ?


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     Re: Re: Not working

     
     by normanschmidt on: Mar 23 2011
     
    Score 50%

    I was using version 1.2 when I posted the previous comment, now I installed a stock Ubuntu 10.04.2 LTS, and installed the 1.3 version. I can add hosts, but cannot edit nor remove them (In 1.2 I was able to). The behaviour on connect is the same: When I select a host and choose new window, a new konsole window appears very quickly and vanishes. When I select a new tab and I have an existing konsole window, a new tab appears very quickly and then also vanishes. Is there a log anywhere? I monitored most files in /var/log, but couldnt find anything there. Any help will be greatly appreciated, Im looking forward to use your tool.


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     Re: Re: Re: Not working

     
     by normanschmidt on: Mar 23 2011
     
    Score 50%

    And now it is working perfectly. It was just a matter of restarting KDE after installing version 1.3. Excelent work, very useful tool!
    A suggestion: Implement an expect or REXX sintax aware field at the admin interface where you can put commands you want to run after connecting, for each connection. This would make this tool perfect.


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     Re: Re: Re: Re: Not working

     
     by normanschmidt on: Mar 23 2011
     
    Score 50%

    I just noticed an annoying problem. It works perfectly only if you use konsole at the default 80x24 cols/rows text resolution. I always use a small font and maximize the konsole window to get higher text resolutions, and the konsole started by this plasmoid doesnt work right in higher texts resolutions. It overlaps characters when typing lines bigger than 80 chars, locks the 80x24 resolution inside console text editors leaving big areas unused/unscrolled (nano,pico,joe), and sometimes looses the text cursor.


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      Re: Not working

     
     by sabutilnik on: Oct 31 2011
     
    Score 50%

    I've modified runPassword.py to solve that problem, now it looks like this:


    import signal, termios, struct, fcntl,time
    global_pexpect_instance = None

    def sigwinch_passthrough (sig, data):
    # Check for buggy platforms (see pexpect.setwinsize()).
    if 'TIOCGWINSZ' in dir(termios):
    TIOCGWINSZ = termios.TIOCGWINSZ
    else:
    TIOCGWINSZ = 1074295912 # assume
    s = struct.pack ("HHHH", 0, 0, 0, 0)
    a = struct.unpack ('HHHH', fcntl.ioctl(sys.stdout.fileno(), TIOCGWINSZ , s))
    global global_pexpect_instance
    global_pexpect_instance.setwinsize(a[0],a[1])

    try:
    import pexpect
    import sys

    command = sys.argv[1]
    password = sys.argv[2]
    child = pexpect.spawn(command)
    signal.signal(signal.SIGWINCH, sigwinch_passthrough)
    global_pexpect_instance = child
    child.expect("assword:")
    child.sendline(password)
    child.interact()
    except ImportError:
    print "Module pexpect not found, please install pexpect package."

    i hope it works for you.


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     Works quite well

     
     by alessio1972 on: Feb 22 2011
     
    Score 50%

    Hi.
    It works very well here, on a Kubuntu Lucid Linx 10.04 amd64. I love it.
    There is just a bug if you use the private key. In the main.rc file the login field dos not contain the username, but the complete path to the key.


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     Re: Works quite well

     
     by alessio1972 on: Feb 23 2011
     
    Score 50%

    I got around the problem writing, in the "Switches" field:
    -i /path_to_key
    selecting the "Password" checkbox and putting the password for the key in the field.
    Thank you again for the plasmoid!


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     width

     
     by craffop on: Mar 7 2011
     
    Score 50%

    This works pretty well.
    I just have one issue, the terminal width is somehow very small. So it keeps wrapping around. I looked in konsole help and do not see anything there. Anyone have any idea what option I can add to make it wider?


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     Easy-shh-connection package

     
     by NismoC32 on: Mar 19 2011
     
    Score 50%

    When I add Easy SSH to my desktop I get the following message in the widget window:
    "Could not open the easy-ssh-connection package for the Easy SSH connection widget"

    I'm running Gentoo ~amd64.

    What is this easy-ssh-connection package ?


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     Easy-shh-connection package

     
     by NismoC32 on: Mar 19 2011
     
    Score 50%

    When I add Easy SSH to my desktop I get the following message in the widget window:
    "Could not open the easy-ssh-connection package for the Easy SSH connection widget"

    I'm running Gentoo ~amd64.

    What is this easy-ssh-connection package ?


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