The ~/.bash_history file, contains timestamps when each command was executed, e.g.:
sudo yum erase java
rpm -qa java*
sudo yum erase java-1.8.0-openjdk-headless javapackages-tools
Termius should parse these timestamps (e.g, "#1553211593") and display a formatted date time string in the History list, like this:
sudo yum erase java (Sat, June 3, 2019 12:34:55)
rpm -qa java* (Sat, June 3, 2019 12:35:13)
It's pretty annoying, whenever you copy/paste multi-line text, when using mosh, it doesn't copy \n but rather fills the screen with spaces.
For instance the following will render as three different lines, one above the others, on mobile, but is in reality a single line with tons of spaces:
gpotter@vmg:~$ gpotter@vmg:~$ gpotter@vmg:~$
This was copy/pasted from Termius with Mosh.2 votes
It’s unconvenient especially when I use ctrl+n/p/f/b, I have to press it repeatly.14 votes
This might be helpful to prevent the following situation: You accidentally hide this extra bar and are on the remote machine on a text editor who uses the "mouse interactions" to place the cursor. Because the editors need special keys (like esc in vim, or ctrl+x in nano) to close and the extra bar is not visible to use a special command or get back to the sessions list, to force a session closing there, you have to close the app by double tapping the home button and swiping the app out.2 votes
I have pam_yubico setup which asks for both, OTP and normal password.
The app currently only supports either OTP or password, but not both.
it would be nice to have an option to 1st prompt for OTP, and then for password7 votes
Sync between end devices are great, but my laptop/desktop is more then a end device its my (W|L)ife! Bring Terminus on Unix... GNU/Linux! (The fucking only real end devices in the entire World)1 vote
I would like to share the my experience.
I tried to connect to SSH server which was configured to Shift-jis character. After Successfully done the user authentication, immediately terminated the session.
I changed the locale of this SSH server to UTF-8, this issue could not encounter again. (Session can continue normally)
I think Termius has some issue to close session automatically after user authentication.1 vote
Currently users can select from a limited set of background/foreground color combinations. Why not let the user select both colors from a color palette? You don't have the color combination used by most of the developers I know, including me, which is bright yellow on dark blue -- which was determined a long time ago to be easier on the eyes than the usual green combos claimed to be easiest on the eyes. The yellow/darkblue screen is the one I have used on all my computer screens for the last 25 years, including many many 20-hour+ crunch sessions. It may seem weird, but it works for me, so I would appreciate it greatly if you could let your users select their own preferred screen colors. Thanks :)
Currently users can select from a limited set of background/foreground color combinations. Why not let the user select both colors from a color palette? You don't have the color combination used by most of the developers I know, including me, which is bright yellow on dark blue -- which was determined a long time ago to be easier on the eyes than the usual green combos claimed to be easiest on the eyes. The yellow/darkblue screen is the one I have used on all my computer screens for the last 25 years, including many many 20-hour+ crunch sessions. It may…4 votes
When connecting to a raspberrypi for the iOS app on an iPad, the connection usually takes upwards to a minute to complete. iOS 12 and raspberrypi was tried under both Stretch and Buster1 vote
With really slow ssh hosts terminus time outs before remote shell loads. With putty or openssh client no such problem, but terminus gives up way too fast with my really old and slow host.4 votes
Please add eternal terminal support. It is like mosh, but with scrollback6 votes
BUG: iOS Keyboard frequently loses Termius buttons and reverts to original until app is relaunched.4 votes
Please add a feature to select hosts by tags in iOS app.4 votes
support nfc cards, yubikey and other gpg/ssh key cards65 votes
I am using Termius in MOSH mode, with tmux to have a persistent local session. When I use sudo in my tmux pane, Termius will echo the characters of the password. On a slow connection, the password can be accidentally revealed to an attacker if the screen is visible. Please try to detect password prompts and do not echo the input in this case!4 votes
I use the customizable keys regularly and if there were just a couple more....
Lengthwise there’s plenty of area to make the keys smaller. You could almost cut the length in half, giving us twice the keys!1 vote
Any time that I telnet into a Cisco router/switch to complete my labs for class, I get this weird issue happening. It only happens on iPad win using Termius. Other telnet apps for iOS do not have this issue, but i like the Termius ecosystem better. Is there any way to fix this?
Here is a screen recording to see the issue in action.4 votes
I organized some host to functionally group and I would like quick connect to them and not play to select end tap, tap and tap one by one after tap connect.
And iOS screen not show usefully the tags.I could imagine a tree structure for tags and groups. And quick tagging3 votes
I'm sorry if this has been discussed before..
Thanks to the updates in ios, you can install custom fonts via profiles in settings. I just imported powerline fonts (I'm a Japanese user so I would really like to have a Japanese ready mono-spaced font) from my computer and installed it to my iPad, but it looks like the font chooser on this app doesn't show the custom installed ones. I don't know if there's a function that filters mono-spaced font out of the custom installed fonts, but I would really appreciate if there was a feature added to support them!10 votes
Prevent the App from writing the emulation type as my username while logging in. The username (e.g. „root“) is automatically replaced by the emulation protocol.8 votes
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