Command line utility to remember ssh connections
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sshoot

What is it?

Simple ssh manager for the command line. It allows you to save a named connection for ssh from the command line and review them at your leisure. I wrote it to help save me some time from digging around to find all the ip addresses of the servers I need to ssh into, heavily inspired by the awesome Boom library https://github.com/holman/boom.

** Overview **

$ sshoot
stage : stageuser@127.0.0.1
beta : betauser@ubuntu.beta.server.com

** Create a connection **

$ sshoot vm ubuntu@192.168.1.102
Loaded a new round called vm.

** Open an ssh connection **

$ sshoot vm
Starting ssh for ubuntu@192.168.1.102

** Delete a connection **

$ sshoot vm delete
You sure you want to delete vm? (y/n): y
vm just caught a bullet.

** Help **

$ sshoot help

== Copyright

Copyright (c) 2011 Shawn Spooner.