SSH-GUI is a front-end for ssh which can open multiple xterms with connections. Supports all ssh options and soon will support user-host config saving and xterm config. It is clean, displays the options well and allows you to open more than one ssh terminal.
Untar the archive.
Open up a terminal and cd to the location where you untared the archive.
Type in "make" which will create an executable ssh-gui.
To use the program fill out the options you want, your username and hostname and click "Start SSH". This will open an xterm window with ssh.
The next step is to allow users to:
1) Store user-host config files
2) Configure the xterm windows that open
3) Store xterm-configs (possible in relation to user-host configs)
What's New in This Release:
· Bug-fix for allowing gui to survive terminal closes.