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This version does not bring any new features but it's based on a newer (but not the latest) version of Teleport. This release is a preparation step before finally migrating to the latest Teleport version which has changed substantially since the initial Teleconsole release.
- Migration to Go 1.9.7 with corresponding performance improvements, especially on ARM.
- Migration to the latest Letsencrypt API.
The old clients will refuse to connect to the new servers and will ask users to upgrade/re-install Teleconsole client.
This release is a quick response to most common complaints and feature requests we've received since the original release.
- Reduced latency for non-US users: we've added a couple of proxy servers in Europe and Asia.
- Ability to create sessions shared only with specific SSH keys, including Github usernames. For example:
teleconsole -i torvalds
This will create a session that only Linus will be able to join ;)
Upon joining a new session, Teleconsole now replays up to 20 most recent "drawings" so you get the full context of what you're looking at.
Cross-compiling for ARM-6 is more trouble than it's worth, from now on ARM builds are ARM-7 (Raspberry Pi 3+) but if you have an older ARM-6 based appliance, building from source natively on it is trivial.
This is the first build of Teleconsole which satisfies this criteria:
If you are not embarrassed by the first version of your product, you’ve launched too late
The basic features work. The SSH part is rock solid though, because it is basically the stock Teleport. Download and simply run
- Safari isn't supported yet. Firefox, Opera and Chrome are fine.
teleconsole joinfails to join. Simply try again.
- Sometimes when joining via web UI to a host behind a slow link, or to a very slow host (think Raspberry Pi slow), you may want to hit "Enter" to refresh the terminal.
- Bug #5