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    Thanks for the idea. You can do something approaching what you want already: within “Send commands” on the “Login” tab, you can set up a script to ssh from some server on to another server.

    On the “Options” tab, you can set a parent profile to connect to a bunch of profiles underneath it (“Connect to all children”).

    I realise this isn’t quite what you’re after, but as a stopgap solution, you may find it helpful.

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    gt-fail commented  · 

    I made a one-liner bash/tmux command for the "send command" option. On connect it will execute the command. The command find a disconnected tmux session and connects to it. If none exists it creates a new one.

    TMUX_SESSION=`tmux ls | grep -v "(attached)" | head -n 1 | awk '{print $1}'`; if [ -z "$TMUX_SESSION" ]; then tmux new; else tmux attach -d -t $TMUX_SESSION; fi

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    gt-fail commented  · 

    I have a hacked possible solution for this. Would it be possible to associate a set of windows to running gnu screen sessions.

    An example might be helpful:
    Every time you connect to a host it starts a screen session. The screen session id is stored in penguinet and is then associated with a "workspace" or a set of connections. You can then abruptly disconnect from the network and when you reconnect you can resume all connection sessions.

    I thought about implementing this myself by using a login MOTD that listed all open screen sessions and having the send commands feature wait for... .. then send but then realized that it lack the functionality to do this.

    And why does the text 'word wrap length' resize when i resize my penguinet window only when I am in a screen session.

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    4 comments  ·  General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    gt-fail commented  · 

    Sweet!!! I'm glad to see active development for this application.

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    gt-fail commented  · 

    James - you shouldn't have to bind keys to do this.

    Admin - xterm? like x11 forwarding a gt (gnome-terminal)? It would be nice if this was not the case. It would be awesome but probably very difficult to do this nativity. I have faith. Penguinet is great keep up the awesome work.

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