I'm using putty to open a tunnel via SSH to a host and then configuring Firefox using this as a SOCKS proxy.
Can I apply the putty config to PenguiNet? I was unable to do this.
I'm using this config in putty http://d.pr/i/inms and then connect in Firefox using SOCKS on 127.0.0.1:99991 vote
I use empty an pass-phrase for my ssh key on my home network (for convenience, didn't see the need for the extra level of security here).
Would be nice if you could add support for that.1 vote
We already do have support for empty passphrases. Could you maybe be more specific?
On putty, you can paste your selection using right click. Can this be added somehow?1 vote
Please tell me how to invoke keyboard shortcuts such as Ctrl+right arrow to move to next word. Works in my existing sessions, but how do I get it to work with a new session?1 vote
I would love to be able to select tabs and then choose a window sort.
For instance. I usually have 10+ tabs open, but would love an easy way to side - by - side compare two or three of them. So, if I could select the ones I wish to see, then click "Tile Vertically" and easily have them side by side... That would be awesome.1 vote
I like the idea of this – reminds me of the Windows 7 advert here in the UK or IE’s “Quick Tabs”.
We have a number of user interface changes being debated. For example, a quick way to zoom in and out of terminal sessions would benefit you here I think.
Any other feedback out there?
I didn't set password yet after a restart, it's prompting me. What am I supposed to do?1 vote
Would be nice to retouch the ui of penguinet for UHD screen resolution compatibility. Its completely useless with UHD.1 vote
I have this annoying problem, whenever i set the port forwarding (in order to use it as a socks5) I get this error : connection failed while opening a channel . hope somebody can help me cause pengui net is the only ssh soft that stay connected longer then 10 seconds... but can use the socks5 option :(1 vote
You use a lot of window resize to copy paste from other applications don't you? See further !!!1 vote
The user interface is under review for a future version. Please keep all suggestions coming!
When I am connected to a server I normally have a file upload window open and a telnet window open as well.
In the bar at the bottom of the screen it used to have a different icon for file uploads compared to the telnet window so it was easy to work out which was which.
A very minor thing I know but now have to flick through lots of windows when I have multiple connections open, please bring it back....
p.s - Apart from that it still is a fantastic program :)0 votes
Thanks for the feedback – much appreciated.
We are considering using “overlay” icons to allow you to differentiate what kind of session it is.
Is that what you had in mind?
When using midnight commander’s ctrl-o feature to toggle shell/mc the screen content is gone.
It would be really great if the screen content would be preserved like in putty.0 votes
Sometimes it happens that, by clicking with right mouse button on a terminal window, typically to do some copy&paste action, the Disconnect menu option is unadvertently clicked and the window flies away... with the whole session done til that moment. It would be nice to have a disconnect confirmation dialog, avoiding this annoyance (just try to happen during a vi session...). Or even a different right-click menu items positioning, setting the Disconnect at the top, thus making the issue very hard to happen.0 votes
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