RSS 5 projects tagged "Terminal Emulators/X Terminals"

Download No website Updated 02 Feb 2008 Webtap

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Webtap is a small command line tool inspired by Mozilla Firefox's "Keyword Shortcuts" feature. Its purpose is to facilitate similar keyword based Web browsing from the command line, as a CLI driven front end to your Web browser. The distribution includes a Bash programmable completion file with all of the program's common options as well as the ability to tab through the available keywords.

Download Website Updated 27 Nov 2006 WebTTY

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The WebTTY package allows any Linux terminal processes to be controlled via a text area HTML element on a Web page. The output from the server process is collected on the server side, and is sent to a textarea element. Keypresses in the textarea are collected on the client side and sent to the server process. WebTTY uses AJAX/DHTML patterns to achieve in-page updates without refreshing the entire page.

No download Website Updated 24 Jan 2008 Jeta - Horde

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Jeta is the Horde Application Framework's wrapper module for the SSHTools Java SSH Applet.

Download Website Updated 06 Feb 2009 Anyterm

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Anyterm provides a terminal emulator on a Web page using Javascript and a server daemon. The daemon typically runs behind an HTTP proxy; it forks a shell and communicates with the script using XMLHTTP on port 80 or securely using SSL. This provides you with shell access to your machine from almost any Web browser, even when firewalls are in the way. The my.anyterm.org service provides access without the need to install anything on your servers.

Download Website Updated 29 Jan 2009 Shell In A Box

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Shell In A Box implements a Web server that can export arbitrary command line tools to a Web-based terminal emulator. This emulator is accessible to any JavaScript and CSS enabled Web browser, and does not require any additional browser plugins. Most typically, login shells would be exported this way: "shellinaboxd -s /:LOGIN". This starts a Web server at http://localhost:4200 that allows users to log in with their username and password and to get access to their login shell. The connection will be encrypted if SSL/TLS certificates are available.

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A Qt-based multimedia player.