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MCM is a set of tools that ease the management of multiple servers. It's aimed at network or system administrators who need to connect to different servers by different means every day. It can be used via an ncurses interface without requiring an X server, and via a GNOME-based GUI.

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Move to Google Code 29 Jun 2012 08:25

The project development has moved to Google Code and some refactoring and update is being done.

Recent releases

  •  12 Jul 2012 16:22

    Release Notes: This release adds the ability to share connections with different users using an encrypted file (.mcm), better support for VNC connections, an enhanced cluster mode, enhanced terminal tabs, and one-click installation of public keys over SSH.

    •  30 Jun 2012 15:08

      Release Notes: This release adds several bugfixes and updates, major refactoring of the code, a change of the icon and name, and new features, including easy ssh public key installation.

      •  11 May 2010 14:14

        Release Notes: New features include a save button, the ability to embed VNC, a bug reporter, and a right-click menu for the connections tree. GtkBuild is used instead of Libglade. A crash at start was fixed. The error dialog is shown when a connection error occurs. File filters were fixed.

        •  09 Apr 2010 16:13

          Release Notes: The status icon was removed. SSH commands are allowed. Tabs can be closed with Ctrl+W, Ctrl+Q was disabled, The right click menu in the active window now appears in Spanish. Spanish and German translations were added along with more tips.

          •  22 Feb 2010 09:51

            Release Notes: The keyboard shortcuts for PgUp and PgDown, PEP8 compliance, the F10 key, and Export/Import events were fixed. The new tips dialog no longer repeats itself. Tips were updated. XDG is used for application and user data.


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