By Benoit Lefebvre
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sshXgui.app is a grapical interface for managing SSH Sessions, tunnels, etc. It uses Terminal.app for all ssh sessions.
Developped by a Unix System Administrator for other Sysadmins.
I don’t really see a point for this app. Maintaining a list of remote hosts (and the protocols used to access them) can be easily done in the Termina application included with OS X. This really adds no more functionality, and is a less elegant solution than Terminal in my opinion.
In case you are interested, to manage remote hosts, in Terminal>Shell> “New Remote Connection”.
Port forwarding is trivial in OS X, and needs no interface.
Not a terrible app, just sorta pointless. It is a nice project, but not commercial quality.
Better than SSH managers on Windows Machines...
LIke Putty, Tutty, Kitty, Putty Connection Manager, or MTPUtty? This is amost the same.. but better. A simplified way of keeping up with hundreds of SSH connections in one easy to use manager. Brilliant design. I hope it keeps geting updated!
Nicely done - great for terminal geeks
This app has just the right amount of features for the SSH power user. I didn't have to read a how-to to figure out how to use it; well worth the price.