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'''Mosh''' is a ssh client server that is aware of connectivity problems of the original ssh implementation.  Mosh can migrate physical connections and ip addresses while staying connected.  Mosh depends upon {{package|net-misc/openssh}}.  Mosh uses udp ports 60000-61000 sequentially.
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'''Mosh''' is a replacement for SSH is resilient to intermittent network connections, and supports roaming (changing) network connections.  Mosh can maintain a remote connection while network connections intermittently go up and down, and routes to the Internet change.  Mosh depends upon {{package|net-misc/openssh}}.  Mosh uses udp ports 60000-61000 sequentially.
  
 
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== Usage ==
  
Mosh requires utf8 locales set to run. This is the default for Funtoo Linux if you have not set any specific locales.
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Mosh requires UTF-8 locales set to run. This is the default for Funtoo Linux if you have not set any specific locales.
 
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<console>###i## echo "en_US.UTF-8 UTF-8" >> /etc/locale.gen</console>
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<console>###i## locale-gen</console>
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<console>###i## eselect locale set en_US.utf8</console>
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=== Connecting ===
 
=== Connecting ===
  
remote host only needs running ssh, mosh package installed, and utf8 locale set.
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Remote host only needs running ssh, mosh package installed, and utf8 locale set.
  
 
<console>$##i## mosh user@remote-host.com</console>
 
<console>$##i## mosh user@remote-host.com</console>
 
 
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Revision as of 02:44, December 28, 2014

net-misc/mosh


Source Repository:Repository:Gentoo Portage Tree

https://mosh.mit.edu/

Summary: A replacement for SSH that is resilient to intermittent network connections, and supports roaming (changing) network connections.

Use Flags

client
Build network client
examples
Include example scripts
mosh-hardening
Enable compiler and linker options to frustrate memory corruption exploits
server
Build network server
ufw
Install net-firewall/ufw rule set
utempter
Include libutempter support

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Mosh

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Mosh is a replacement for SSH is resilient to intermittent network connections, and supports roaming (changing) network connections. Mosh can maintain a remote connection while network connections intermittently go up and down, and routes to the Internet change. Mosh depends upon Package:OpenSSH. Mosh uses udp ports 60000-61000 sequentially.

Installation

Merge

Install Package:Mosh:

# emerge net-misc/mosh

Usage

Mosh requires UTF-8 locales set to run. This is the default for Funtoo Linux if you have not set any specific locales.

Connecting

Remote host only needs running ssh, mosh package installed, and utf8 locale set.

$ mosh user@remote-host.com