How to use sshtargate? #1

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by Androz2091 opened 8 months ago · 4 comments
Androz2091 commented 8 months ago (Migrated from gitlab.com)
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Hello, I'm trying to make a simple application with cview and I'd like to know if there is a demo file or something like that? I only see a configuration file?

Hello, I'm trying to make a simple application with cview and I'd like to know if there is a demo file or something like that? I only see a configuration file?
tslocum commented 8 months ago (Migrated from gitlab.com)
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Hey @Androz2091. CONFIGURATION.md explains how to create a configuration file as well as how to start sshtargate. This document should cover everything you need to get started. If you have additional questions just let me know.

Hey @Androz2091. [CONFIGURATION.md](https://gitlab.com/tslocum/sshtargate/blob/master/CONFIGURATION.md) explains how to create a configuration file as well as how to start sshtargate. This document should cover everything you need to get started. If you have additional questions just let me know.
Androz2091 commented 7 months ago (Migrated from gitlab.com)
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All right thank you. I'd like to create the following project: a simple SSH server that can store SSH credentials (encrypted with the password), and once you log into the SSH server with the right credentials you can access a UI and you're able to select the right server and connect to it. Do you think that SSHtargate is a good choice for this app?

All right thank you. I'd like to create the following project: a simple SSH server that can store SSH credentials (encrypted with the password), and once you log into the SSH server with the right credentials you can access a UI and you're able to select the right server and connect to it. Do you think that SSHtargate is a good choice for this app?
tslocum commented 7 months ago (Migrated from gitlab.com)
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sshtargate does not currently expose any authentication process, and there is no UI (it only facilitates the connection process and runs a command for a client once they connect).

I recommend looking into other SSH servers that have this functionality built in, but if you can't find anything, it may be possible to modify sshtargate to achieve this. Let me know what you find.

sshtargate does not currently expose any authentication process, and there is no UI (it only facilitates the connection process and runs a command for a client once they connect). I recommend looking into other SSH servers that have this functionality built in, but if you can't find anything, it may be possible to modify sshtargate to achieve this. Let me know what you find.
Androz2091 commented 7 months ago (Migrated from gitlab.com)
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Thank you for the information 👍

Thank you for the information :thumbsup:
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