SSH launcher which saves a history of launched sessions which can be filtered through using auto completion and keyboard navigation the next time you want to launch a session.
Launch a new session
launch_ssh from the menu (or a global keyboard shortcut to be extra quick) and type which host you want to connect to.
RETURN to start the session in a new terminal.
This saves the session hostname in your history and will make it easy to start the next time.
Navigate and autocomplete
When some history items are filled in, you can navigate quickly through them using the arrow and
RETURN keys or by typing some letters and pressing
TAB for auto completion.
Delete old sessions
Delete records from your history you don't want using the
Ubuntu / Linux Mint
Download and install:
It is recommended that you add a global keyboard shortcut (eg. to
SUPER+Q) which runs
launch_ssh to easily launch SSH sessions using this application.
From source (linux)
Install the following packages:
libwxgtk3.0-dev wx3.0-headers libwxgtk3.0-0v5
Then run the following commands from the working copy:
mkdir build cd build cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release ../ make -j 2 mv launch_ssh /usr/local/bin/launch_ssh
strnatcmp code was written by Martin Pool and was taken from Github.
The code is under MIT (LICENSE).
The icon is under Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 4.0