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ajaxWM is a window manager in a Web browser, a terminal emulator, and an SSH proxy. It allows remotely controlling a computer even when there is a firewall and packet analyzer in between, blocking everything aside from HTTP(S) connections. Because the ajaxWM client runs in any Javascript-capable Web browser, you can even use it when you are not allowed to install any software, for example at an Internet café, at school, or at work.

Recent releases

  •  29 Feb 2008 08:05

    Release Notes: Parameters were added to set the default ssh host and whether to only allow this one. A parameter was added to set the time to wait until a session times out. A parameter was added to specify the time to sleep between a keypress and the generation of the HTML to give back. Parameters were added to specify the time to wait until logins to localhost and remote hosts time out. An example configuration file was added. An HTML file is not generated from window content if there was no change. Uncompressed network transfer was fixed. Session timeouting was fixed.

    •  28 Feb 2008 18:40

      Release Notes: This release ignores unknown characters in escape sequences. Compatibility for Python < 2.5 has been fixed.

      •  04 Feb 2008 17:18

        No changes have been submitted for this release.


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