sshm(1) A little command-line tool to manage your ssh servers


sshm stand for ssh manager which is a little command-line tool for managing your ssh servers. You're able to delete, add, show infos, list all servers and connect to one given server. If you add a server, which you can do with 'sshm --add', you have to enter the target ip, port and the username with that you want to connect to the server. At last, you have to give this connection an alias. If you enter there for example 'foo' as serveralias, you can connect to this server only by typing: sshm foo


These programs follow the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes (`-'). A summary of options is included below.
-h, --help
Show summary of options.
-v, --version
Show version of program.
-a, --add
Add a server to the config.
-d, --del [alias]
Delete a server from the config.
-s, --show [alias]
Show information about the given server.
-l, --list <search string>
List all available servers, if a searchstring is given, it will only display matching servers.


This manual page and the program was written by Patrick Matthäi <[email protected]>.