Release Notes: This version works with Python 2.2, as well as older Python versions.
Release Notes: Better rsh compatibility. You can now enter a password or passphrase if ssh asks for one. A security hole that could provide access to the fsh tunnel by other local users has been fixed. Unused tunnels can optionally be closed after a configurable period of time.
Release Notes: A new command, fcp, is a scp replacement that uses the tunnel to speed up file copying. fsh is no longer dependent on a development release of Python.
Release Notes: fshd is now started automatically by fsh. fsh understands the "-l user" flag, so you no longer have to have the same username on the local and remote system.
Release Notes: Version 0.1 is the first public release of fsh. The program works for the author, but has not yet been used by anybody else. Some documentation is included.