Gnome Connection Manager – Tabbed ssh connection manager for gtk+ environments

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Gnome Connection Manager is a tabbed ssh connection manager for gtk+ environments.

General Features

* It's designed in Glade and written in python, so it just need PyGTK to run in any linux environment
* Can store passwords for easy access to hosts
* Supports multiple ssh tunnels for each host
* Unlimited vertical/horizontal window splitting. You can have as many visible consoles as you want
* Drag&Drop tabs between consoles
* Connect to multiple hosts with just one click
* Grouping hosts
* Cluster mode. Work on several hosts at the same time
* Customizable shortcuts
* Send custom commands to hosts
* It's free, and the source is included in the download

Install Gnome Connection Manager in ubuntu

Download deb package from here and once you have deb package you need to install by double clicking on that.

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5 thoughts on “Gnome Connection Manager – Tabbed ssh connection manager for gtk+ environments

  1. Although i am very much in favor of donating to open source projects, the donate paypal button looks horrible.
    Additionally, software has to be proved useful and reliable before asking for support.

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  2. Hello,

    Do you know if exists any mirror to download the tool? The link doesn’t work, the hosting bandwidth limit exceeded.

    Thank you

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  3. I’m coming from windows to Linux and I previously used PCM. Does anyone know how to load the database I saved from PCM to GCM? I’ve tried loading the .da file a co-worker sent me and its asking for a password, something I did not have to do with PCM.

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