mssh

mssh

TLDR

Open a new window and connect to multiple SSH servers

$ mssh [user@host1] [user@host2] [...]
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Open a new window and connect to a group of servers predefined in ~/.mssh_clusters
$ mssh --alias [alias_name]
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SYNOPSIS

mssh [OPTION]... (-a ALIAS | HOSTS[:PORT])

DESCRIPTION

MultiSSH is a GTK+ based ssh client to issue the same commands to multiple servers.

MultiSSH will connect to the servers specified in HOSTS into optional PORT.

OPTIONS

-a, --alias=ALIAS

Open hosts associated with named alias

-h, --help

Display this help and exit

-V, --version

Output version information and exit

CONFIGURATION

The configuration file for MultiSSH should be located in $HOME/.mssh_clusters

It uses a simple key: value pair system with an alias on the left of the colon and a space separated list of hosts on the right.

Also uses a combination of {key} value system with a command alias inside curls on the left and a text to send to the terminals on the right.

SHORTCUTS

Modifier key (configurable throught preferences) + arrow key to move around terminals.

Ctrl + Shift + x to toggling maximize terminal.

Ctrl + Shift + n to show the dialog for adding new host.

COPYRIGHT

Copyright (C) 2014 Héctor García <hector@debian.org>
Copyright (C) 2009 Bradley Smith <brad@brad-smith.co.uk>

REPORTING BUGS

Report bugs to <hector@debian.org>.

AUTHOR

MultiSSH was originally written by Bradley Smith <brad@brad-smith.co.uk> and it is currently develop by Héctor García <hector@debian.org>

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