If I were running linux full time, I would love to give this client a try. I may just try to compile it for darwin/osx anyway.

UniTTY is a multi-faceted client that does much more than just standard SSH. This client provides the network administrator with the ability to connect to systems using SSH, SFTP, Telnet, Secure VNC and also provides sophisticated identity management facilities that help to cut down on repeated and unnecessary password entry.

[Via 3SP – UniTTY (Java SSH Terminal Client) and LInux Magazine ]






2 responses to “UniTTY”

  1. William Meloney Avatar

    When I was working with an OpenMosix cluster UniTTY was handy for doing the same thing to identical members of the cluster without having to log into each individually.

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