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  1. gse
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    I've tried a few ssh2 apps and they all seem to be kind of sucky. I liked Top Gun ssh, with its local buffer that you edit before sending lines of text. Are there any ssh2-compatible apps with a similar feature?
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    TuSSH
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    MochaSoft's "Telnet" app ... best SSH imo. Doesn't install a ton of files, just one.


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    TuSSH.

    SSH1/2, proper VT emulation (i.e. vi works), color, different fonts, freeware(donation ware).
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    Originally posted by Rob600
    TuSSH.

    SSH1/2, proper VT emulation (i.e. vi works), color, different fonts, freeware(donation ware).
    Yah, I like TuSSH the best of the ones I've tried too. Mocha's scroll left-to-right bit is annoying. Only thing I'd like to see in TuSSH is a constant "command line" mode, where you could enter/edit lines of text locally before sending them. IIRC that's how Top Gun works.
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    The constant command line would be nice, but hitting :menu: O isn't that bad for longer commands. I do ls, cd /, etc. just standard, but /etc/init.d/named restart from :menu: O

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    TuSSH is kinda buggy when it comes to SSH2 -- it works with one of my hosts (Debian Linux/OpenSSH), but not the other (Solaris/SSH2). pssh is pretty awesome, but I'm concerned about its potential vulnerabilities. Any security professionals on here have an opinion about the SSH2 clients for Palm?
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    pssh is fine. The author is just trying to cover his ****. It's based on PuTTY... so it's unlikely there are any problems. All that, plus the statistical improbability of someone trying to crack your ssh session... you shouldn't worry so much.
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    I just discovered pssh myself... I like it, actually. Works fine on my webserver and like the above poster says, I don't think it's too likely that anyone's going to be deliberately trying to hack your ssh sessions while you develop your website.
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    pssh rocks!!!
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    Anyone try either pssh or tussh on the T650 yet? Wondering if there are problems with either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beergeek
    Anyone try either pssh or tussh on the T650 yet? Wondering if there are problems with either.
    pssh works great on my 650

    now if i only had pscp or psftp clients....
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    Quote Originally Posted by o0o0o
    pssh is fine. The author is just trying to cover his ****.
    pssh is good. the alerts about security are damn annoying, though. I long for a preference option, such as "Intrepid mode", to disable this hand-holding every time I fire it up.

    Also would be nice is quick access to the tab key.

    But my vote is for pssh just the same.
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    Since we're on the topic of SSH apps, I was wondering if there are any out there that don't lose your connection when you switch to another app. For example, say I am SSHed to a server, and I want to refer to some information that I have stored in a memo. With TuSSH and pssh, if I switch to the Memos app, then my SSH connection dies, and I have to connect again. I use screen to minimize the annoyance, but it still takes extra time to type in passwords, restart my screen session, etc. Any ideas?
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    nothing can beat pssh!! My award goes to that!
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    pssh is the best
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    talking about pssh - i used to use tgssh on my old palm, and it worked just fine. I got my new 650, and can;t figure out how to trigger a network connection, prior to ssh-ing (I drilled an ssh hole into my firewall at home, for testing) - sounds stupid, I know, but can;t figure it out for the world of it ... so - how do you connect (i.e. grab an IP) PRIOR to launching an app (be it pssh, or - in the future - others I may have to install)?!?

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