Terminal/ssh/sftp client(linux, mac, win) based on electron/ssh2/node-pty/xterm/antd/subx and other libs.
- From release: https://github.com/electerm/electerm/releases
- For some linux OS, rpm pack may not work, you can try the
- For Mac user:
brew cask install electerm
- With snap:
sudo snap install electerm
- For Deepin Linux user, you can find it from App store.
- Install from npm
npm i -g electerm # after install it will open at once for windows and linux, # for mac, will open the drag to install panel
- Auto upgrade: When new version released, you will get upgrade notification after you start electerm again, then you click the upgrade button to upgrade.
- Download: Just download the latest edition, reinstall.
- Npm: If you install from npm, just run
npm i -g electermagain.
- Work as a terminal/file manager or ssh/sftp client(similar to xshell)
- Global hotkey to toggle window visibility (simliar to guake, default is
ctrl + 2)
- Multi platform(linux, mac, win)
🇺🇸 🇨🇳 🇧🇷 🇷🇺 🇪🇸 🇫🇷 🇹🇷Support multi-language(electerm-locales, contribute/fix welcome)
- Double click to directly edit remote file(small ones).
- Edit local file with built-in editor(small ones).
- Auth with publickey + password.
- Zmodem(rz, sz).
- Transparent window(Mac, win).
- Terminal background image.
- Global/session proxy.
- Quick commands
- Sync bookmarks/themes/quick commands to github secret gist
- Serial Port support
Without users's feedbacks/suggestions/pull requests/language files, this project would not get this far, would love to hear from you, please tell me what you think, submit an issue, send me an email, create/fix language files or create a pull requests, all welcome.
# tested in ubuntu16.04/mac os 10.13 only # need nodejs/npm, suggest using nvm to install nodejs/npm # https://github.com/creationix/nvm # with node 8.6+ git clone email@example.com:electerm/electerm.git cd electerm npm i # start webpack dev server npm start # in a separate terminal session run app npm run app # lint npm run lint # code format fix npm run fix
npm run pre-test cp .sample.env .env # then edit .env, fill your test host/username/password npm run test
# Tested only in ubuntu 16.04 x64 # Install yarn first(to do yarn autoclean) # See https://yarnpkg.com/en/docs/install # Build linux only with -l npm i npm run pre-test npm run release -l # visit dist/