Gnome-sshman is an ssh session manager for Gnome.
Gnome-sshman is easy and fast to use and is useful for system administrators that need to connect to many SSH servers.
Gnome-sshman saves ssh sessions and allows you to open a saved session with selecting the saved session in a extensible menu. Also, is capable to save all your ssh passwords encrypted with AES in their keyring to open later with an unique passphrase.
Gnome-sshman has a new ssh terminal builded with vte and has tabs support (a ssh session for tab), a fast access new session menu, etc.
As graphical scp session substitute, you can use nautilus to open sftp sessions.
Is programmed with pygtk and glade (I'm learning pygtk+glade making this program:).
What's New in This Release:
· Removed open sessions folder button (now, nautilus is an optional dependency)
· Added a session info tool to view session data and attach notes to ssh session
· Code clean
· Added telnet support
· New window warning if you are closing session with opened tabs
· Added preferences window to change colors, fonts and set other default options.
· Added gconf support
· Corrected cypher module bug with hwrandom module
· Corrected bug with gnome 2.20 nautilus in background mode