Linspect Commander is a software utility for Windows. It allows you to execute commands on remote Linux or Unix servers over an SSH-secured connection without logging in and running the commands manually.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Linspect Editor 1.2 Linspect Editor is a freeware text editor for Windows. It allows you to open files from remote Linux or Unix servers over an SSH-secured connection, change/update the files and write it back to the server. Very easy to setup and use.
Description: Linspect Commander is a software utility for Windows. It allows you to execute commands on remote Linux or Unix servers over an SSH-secured connection without logging in and running the commands manually. Linspect Commander can be useful for system administrators and programmers who often need to restart various server-side components (servers, daemons or other running programs) in order to do the development/debugging. It comes really handy even if you are setting up a Linux/Unix system and need to restart e.g. Samba, Tomcat, or the whole server to apply the new configuration. Using Linspect Commander you can set up commands you use most frequently and run them just by choosing a server from the list and clicking a desired command button. Upon executing a command you will also see the output it produces in the console window. This way you can easily find out e.g. what is the current status of a running server system (who is logged in, what is in the access log etc.). You can also customize each command and save your preferences for future use. Linspect Commander does not keep the connection open. It connects to a server just when you execute a command. It waits for the output (or for a timeout of 15 seconds) and disconnects from the server. Linspect Commander allows you to execute commands on remote Linux/Unix systems by clicking buttons on your Windows desktop. It is secure and easy to use.
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