support nfc cards, yubikey and other gpg/ssh key cards85 votes
Any chance you can add support for console to lightning cables like the one that redpark makes? They have their own app but it isn’t as good as Termius18 votes
You should be able to swipe left or swipe right on the posts so that you can edit or do other changes to them quickly the current method of tap and hold or edit check then edit is unnecessarily long and too many tabs.
Also still need the ability to duplicate hosts (and not via open a connection THEN duplicating the session )4 votes
I tried connecting to one of my servers with Termius, but the connection failed. The system log on the server said "no suitable primes in /etc/ssh/primes". I think that means Termius is attempting a protocol 1 connection instead of protocol 2. It would help in debugging things if there were an option to log the connection negotiation, as in the OpenSSH equivalent of "ssh -vv".31 votes
Is there an updated, complete copy of product documentation as a PDF? Cant seem to find anything but some incomplete webpages on github.2 votes
I use a Zagg case/keyboard, so I almost never use the on-screen keyboard. I just got this app and tap to get control keys, which is great (since I use screen and need the control key often), but when I type on my bluetooth keyboard, a large grey box fills the bottom half of the screen where the on-screen keyboard would be, and if I click the arrow to make it go away, it pops back up as soon as I type something. I would like it to go away and stay away, possibly automatically if bluetooth use is detected, or as a preference option (except for the tapping to get the control keys across the bottom - that's good). I switched from iSSH because it isn't working in iOS9 beta, but this is - so you win points there! Thanks.
I use a Zagg case/keyboard, so I almost never use the on-screen keyboard. I just got this app and tap to get control keys, which is great (since I use screen and need the control key often), but when I type on my bluetooth keyboard, a large grey box fills the bottom half of the screen where the on-screen keyboard would be, and if I click the arrow to make it go away, it pops back up as soon as I type something. I would like it to go away and stay away, possibly automatically if bluetooth use is detected,…44 votes
It would be great if one could connect to Amazon AWS to get a list oft running EC2 instances to directly connect to them.
Since they regularly change their IP addresses upon scaling for example, it makes it hard to maintain a list in the app.25 votes
The tmux config on all the servers I connect to use the backtick (inverted comma) for keyboard shortcuts. It would be very useful if this were added to the keyboard.28 votes
Import key from new Files feature. I use my iPad often without a computer around so needing to connect to iTunes to import it not going to work for import8 votes
We are sorry for the inconvenience.
Termius has this feature but unfortunately it’s broken in current release. We’ll fix it with the next update.
For now you may use a workaround:
In Files app select the key file and press “share” button (the one that has the icon of a square and arrow, should be at the bottom-left corner) and press “Copy” in the sharing menu. Now you should be able to paste it in Termius in the New Key screen.
Here is the video example I’ve recorded for you:
Hope it helps
I have few networks with SSH hop behind. It is difficult to manage those situations with server auditor, only by using port forwarding (however dynamic forwarding would be better).
But I think, it is great to add option for main server in a group to be an SSH hop.2 votes
While trying to scroll through email and web logs, if you're not careful where you swipe, you end up launching the browser or mail.
Possible alternative solutions:
increase the required tap time or use the less than elegant "are you sure" prompt.20 votes
Every time I try to do this it cancels the locked Ctrl + Alt6 votes
I like that the important non-alphanumerical keys are available. A nice addition would be small macros mapped to Unix commands like grep & sed and allow us to alter and define our own macros too.
I love this tool and I've written my own widgets to do the macro thing for me, but my bashrc is becoming unruly and I now know too much about ack to carry on real conversations.
Thanks for making ssh awesome, hopefully it drives more people to use the CLI.11 votes
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