[kde-linux] Sessions names
wireless at tampabay.rr.com
Tue Jan 16 19:52:21 UTC 2007
> Sorry for that - should have quoted the names correctly.
> So you have Name, Execute and Directory fields. The Name is what will appear
> as an id on the tab. The Execute is the command. It should look like
> something like:
> ssh <user>@<host or ip>
> The properties to the right should be fine with the default values.
> Now you can start your session by selecting Session -> <The Name that you
> entered> from the Konsole menu.
That actually works!
However, I have to develop this extensive list or can I just do
something that uses a singular file? regular expressions?
Specifically, I have in this dir:
and a separate file for each entry, I'll have hundreds of files
Example: cat 192.168.2.80.desktop
Exec=ssh -l admin 192.168.2.80
Any way I could have a single for a entire
class C address? 192.168.2.* ???
if not can I use a script to generate all the
last, I had use this exact string:
ssh -l admin 192.168.2.80
but what if I just wanted to:
ssh 192.168.2.80 <as default user> ???
I'm not trying to be a pain, it's just I spend all day long
sshing into targets and routers and other embedded devices
and then the next day I do it all over again at another
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