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PAC is a Perl/GTK Gnome replacement for SecureCRT/Putty/etc... It provides a GUI to configure SSH/Telnet connections: users, passwords, EXPECT regular expressions, macros, etc. You like ‘SSHMenu'? If so, you must check this tool.
PAC Manager Features

* Unique linux app to implement SecureCRT's functionality (more or less!)
* Remote and local macros
* Remotely send commands with EXPECT regexp
* Quick acces to configured connections via tray menu icon
* Pre/post connections local executions
* TABS OR WINDOWS for connections!!
* FREE (GNU GPLv3)

Install PAC Manager in Ubuntu

first you need to download .deb package from here

Once you have .deb package you need to install using the following command

sudo dpkg -i pac-0.9.2-all.deb

This will complete the installation

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16 Comments to “PAC Manager – Perl/GTK Gnome replacement for SecureCRT/Putty/etc”

  1. You need to fix the missing dependencies after install with:
    sudo apt-get -f install
    Source -> http://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=2951030&group_id=299598&atid=1263752

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  2. jordanwb says:

    The GUI seems a bit busy.

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  3. heysep says:

    thx to Christian for pointing out the obvious to me ;-)

    I like this tool

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  4. Angelo says:

    GREAT !! I love this tool !

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  5. David says:

    Thanks to all of you for trying it!
    – David.

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  6. nye says:

    Hi all,
    I’ve some problem with telnet connections beacause a port associate to telnet connection is 21 and it’s not possible to change it!

    Any suggestions?

    Regards

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  7. perseo22 says:

    Hi!

    Could you please explain your problem a little bit?
    Even when choosing “Telnet” as the Method to connect with, you still have the option to modify the remote “Port” manually in the GUI, so, please, what is your problem more exactly?

    – David.

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  8. perseo22 says:

    Ok, I just found the *bug* (yes, it’s a bug!) Stay tuned for a new release today at http://sourceforge.net/projects/pacmanager/ ! ;)

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  9. perseo22 says:

    Done!! PAC 2.1.2.2.1 fixes that bug!
    Thanks a lot for trying PAC!!

    By the way, you can post your questions, comments, bugs, suggestions, … at https://sourceforge.net/projects/pacmanager/forums
    – David.

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  10. Mohamed says:

    is there any way to import SecurCRT sessions into PAC. i have more than 500 sessions.

    any help will be appreciated.

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  11. perseo22 says:

    Hello, Mohamed!

    Still no way to import SecureCRT sessions (and even if I had a way of doing it, I stil have not found a method for decrypting the password it stores… :( )

    Anyway, I’ll further into this request! :)

    – David.

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  12. Mohamed says:

    Hello David,

    thanks alot for your help, you already reply to my
    question on this, who is interesting plz:

    https://sourceforge.net/projects/pacmanager/forums/forum/1076054/topic/4680010

    thanks lot

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  13. Oscar says:

    Hi folks,

    any hints how to add a connection using a username including realm like user@myrealm to connect to a machine? Using the commandline I’m just using the -l option instead of username@server to separate username and host. Even the “username@realm” does not work.
    The pac is generating user@myrealm@machine.

    Cheers
    Oscar

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  14. perseo22 says:

    Hi, Oscar!

    It would be better if you used the Sourceforge facilities for doubts/bugs/requests…

    You are in reason, I’ll fix that! :)
    – David.

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  15. leorikz says:

    hello, i got a question about import bookmarks from secure crt to pac manager – is it possible? thx

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