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Old 09-24-2014, 01:11 AM
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This is a method for getting Mosh (https://mosh.mit.edu/) to work with SecureCRT on Ubuntu Linux

For a "NEW" session, follow these steps...
  1. Select Protocol "Local Shell".
  2. Create a session name such as "mailserver - FreeBSD - Mosh".
  3. Right click on the new session and select "Properties".
  4. In the left column, select the category "Logon Options" under "Connection".
  5. Check the box that says "Automate Logon".
  6. Delete "ogin:" and "assword:" from the list.
  7. Click the "Add" button.
  8. In the "Send" field, enter the following (modified how you need it):
    Code:
    /usr/bin/mosh --server="mosh-server new -l LANG=en_US.UTF-8" --ssh="ssh -p [port #]" [username]@[IP ADDR]
  9. Click OK to save that send action.
  10. In the left column, select the category "Advanced" under "Terminal" > "Emulation".
  11. Check the box for "Ignore window title change requests". <<-- This will make the tab show the session name that you created in the 2nd step above.
    *Optional: In the left column, select the category "Window" under "Terminal" > "Appearance".
    *Optional: Check the box for "Title bar" and enter a custom title you would like to appear in the tab for the session, which is different than the session name from the 2nd step above.

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