Racs is a simple bash script that stores and manages your accounts. All the accounts are stored in a PGP/GPG conventional encrypted file. Depending on the account type, Racs is able to launch the appropriate client to log into the remote host.
|Tags||Systems Administration Utilities|
Release Notes: Racs now writes an account's data to a temporary file instead of passing them directly to "expect" as command-line arguments, so a 'ps ax' does not display important information. Mozilla was added to the list of Web browsers used to access password protected sites. The more portable \c sequence is used in all "echo" command lines in place of "echo -n".
Release Notes: Accounts are now alphabetically sorted when displayed. The configure.sh script now checks for the paths of common utilities needed by racs, and exits with an error if they can't be found. Racs is now able to create its temporary files through mktemp, tempfile, or by using the shell variable RANDOM. Galeon was added to the list of Web browsers used to access password-protected sites.
No changes have been submitted for this release.