PHP Shell is a shell wrapped in a PHP script. It's a tool you can use to execute arbiritary shell-commands or browse the filesystem on your remote Web server. This replaces, to a degree, a normal telnet-connection. You can use it for administration and maintenance of your Web site using commands like ps, free, du, df, and more.
PerlDAV is a Perl library for modifying content on Web servers using the WebDAV protocol. Now you can LOCK, DELETE, and PUT files, and much more, on a DAV-enabled Web server. The PerlDAV library consists of: HTTP::DAV, an object-oriented Web- DAV client API, dave, the DAV Explorer, an end- user UNIX console program for interacting with WebDAV servers (dave looks and feels like a standard UNIX ftp program).
phpFileManager is a complete filesystem management tool in a single file. Features: server info, directory tree, copy/move/delete/create/rename/edit/view/chmod files and folders, tar/zip/bzip/gzip, multiple uploads, shell/exec, works on Linux and Windows, PHP4/5 and Apache2 compatible, and English and Portuguese support.
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.
PHPsh allows you to have shell commands run on your behalf by Web servers that serve PHP pages, and solves these issues and more. It is a simplified version of the shell that allows you to execute arbitrary commands remotely through PHP. It is a handy way to run simple commands and maintain a history of executed commands, and a helpful environment that allows you to browse the filesystem and fetch or upload files.
PSHAW is a pseudo command prompt for accessing a machine remotely using only a Web browser. It cannot run interactive programs. It can only run programs that run, spit out text (or not), and then quit. There is a handy drop-down box of previously run commands. The page never reloads thanks to AJAX.