Thanks for your feedback.
If you still experience the problem in version 3.2.4 please contact us directly through the ‘Contact Support’ button here – http://support.termius.com/
Would be great if you can provide us with the auth logs as well.
Thanks for reaching out and sorry for the inconvenience.
We've just released the 3.0.5 version which should fix the problem you have.
Could you please check that everything works well for you now? If it doesn't, please let us know which type of key you are using to connect to the servers.
Thanks in advance and we're looking forward to hearing from you.
Thank for expressing your idea. We wonder if you would find auto-complete useful in those cases. You could just add "ls -aslF" from you history tab as a Snippet. Next time Termius will suggest it after "ls".
Copy with Cmd+C has been fixed in the latest release.
And we started to work on the Scrollbars improvements.
Hello! The problem with copy by Command-C shortcut is known issue and will be fixed in the nearest release.
For now, you can use two workarounds:
1. Enable "Select text to copy & right click to paste" toggle in the "Preferences -> Terminal" screen.
2. Shift+Ctrl+C as copy shortcut.
This is on the roadmap and definitely will be implemented.
We have some experimental versions that support this feature.
It's not stable yet and has different limitations and probably won't be published soon.
But if you'd like to test it out and provide your feedback just send us a note through a Contact Support form on this website. Would be great to hear what you think.
Hello, thanks for contacting us.
We've double-checked and found that we definitely support these KEX algorithms in our iOS app. We've also found that in OpenSSH-7 these algorithms are considered to be legacy https://www.openssh.com/legacy.html
Could you please check that your host allows these algorithms? You may use this answer form stackexchange: https://unix.stackexchange.com/a/370716
Thank you for your help!
There are presetup themes which can be used for this purpose. Would it suit your need?
What kind of gesture should it be?
The latest iOS version beta has certificates support. Though it’s still work in progress.
Click Contact Us to let us know if you are interested and we’ll provide you with the access to beta.
In the next months we are going to add the certificates support on all platforms. No exact ETA at the moment, we are just working on it now.
casdev, please check this thread http://support.termius.com/knowledgebase/articles/660805-private-keys-import-via-itunes
Please try using tags for this use case. You can assign tags for different hosts and than filter using them
Could you guys please provide the exact examples of the ProxyCommands that you use in your setups?
This will help to understand to the variety of cases and what to focus on first.
I guess in your case remote port forwarding may do the trick:
1. Go to Port Forwarding section, create a new rule of Remote type.
2. Select your bastion host where it says Host
3. In Port From field specify any port on bastion machine that you would like to use for forwarding.
4. In the destination type in the IP or hostname of the host that is behind a bastion.
5. In Port To type in "22" for SSH.
If everything is right you should be able to run the PF rule.
Now to connect to the desired host create new Host item in Hosts section and enter address of your bastion machine and port that you've specified in Port From field of PF rule.
Please keep in mind that for this method to work the port that you specify in Port From field should be opened for incoming connections.
Hope that helps.
It’s partially done with Snippets and one of the next versions will have more improvements on this.
Like currently, you can run a snippet only in the active terminal sessions. And we plan to make this available even for not active sessions.
This behavior already works in our Android app.
Thank you for the suggestion.
By the way, did you know about our "Snippets" feature for premium users?
With this feature you can create code snippets which then can be assigned to hosts and will be executed once connection is established.
I think this is pretty close to what you are requesting.
Thank you for the suggestion. We will think what we can do.
However, in current version if the connection closes unexpectedly you should be able to see the error log.
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Thanks for the suggestion.
Actually, we are thinking about adding something like this for premium users.
Have you tried to use a "Replicate" option from Activity screen?
We are working on the guide for new users, so you will be able to start using the app quickly.
Serverauditor is an app allowing to connect to remote machines via SSH protocol from your iOS device
So in "hostname" field you should specify a hostname or address of a host you want to connect to, like "myhostname.com" or "188.8.131.52"
In "usernam"e field you should specify a username used to login on that host
In "password" field you should specify a password for that username, you can also use SSH Keys, which can be selected using key icon on the right side of the screen
In "port" field you should specify a port at which you host is listening for ssh connection (by default it is 22).
Thank you for your feedback
We are planning to add a guide in future releases
Also, could you provide some more details?
Could you please clarify what you mean by "use google as a port"?
Serverauditor is an SSH client used to connect to other devices via SSH protocol.
In order to connect to a desired device you should specify some information needed to establish connection:
Hostname or an IP address of a device you need to connect to
Username and Password/SSHKey used to login to that device
So in order to connect to MacBook you should know the IP address at which this MacBook is available from the same WiFi network as your iOS device or from the internet.
As someone mentioned before, you could access the Quick Guide using "help" button above your keyboard
If you want to connect to your mac follow the steps below.
First of all you need to enable Remote Login to your machine. Please, open Settings -> Sharing and enable Remote Login there. You should see green indicator which means that remote login is allowed. Make sure that your macbook account is protected with password.
Now you can add your host info in the app to be able to connect to your machine. For that open Hosts screen in the app and add new host. Enter your username, host ip address or hostname which you can find in Settings -> Sharing section. The topmost information will look similar to
"Computers on your local network can access your computer at:
Enter a password or you will be prompted to type a password later. Save that host and try to connect.
Please, let us know whatever you succeeded with those steps or not.
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Thank you for your feedbacks guys.
We didn't think about adding this feature, but we will probably consider something kinda touch mode for the terminal. I guess we need to think more about it. So we will have a discussion about it later where will make a decision about that.