Good enough for my needs. This does pretty much everything you'd expect it to. Only issue I've seen so far is a bug in the ssh port entry field. Typing more than 3 digits causes the field to go blank effectively preventing you from specifying a port number over 999. I worked around this by copying the number I wanted from another app and pasting to the field in the ssh settings dialog.
Great app except... This app is easy to use and works great. can view all files including SD card (under /mnt). Only issue found is ssh client hangs when exiting in Linux terminal. Have to stop server on Android device to break out of hang. Seems to disconnect fine in FileZilla client. Otherwise very pleased with app.
Seems to be a bit unstable, quite often I will execute a command that results in the connection just dropping. Although SSH Server says it's still running, I can no longer SSH in... The password entry field for the SSH user has auto completion enabled, meaning SwiftKey will save your password and start suggesting it in the future.
Works great Was easy to set up and works great. I have noticed that it times out after 600000ms and closes the connection. I haven't found a way to disable that, but it's still a handy app, esp for getting files onto my device via scp.
great for file transfer. I works great. But I faced some issues. 1. For ssh public key setting. It always pop up error message says the format is not correct. I ignore this message, it still works. 2. Could you show IP address on top of service status page. This is the most important information, so I don't need to click another button to find it. 3. Could you add a idle timeout settings for automatically shutdown, so it won't consume battery if I forget to turn it off.
It seems not working on my phone Hauwei G520 I tried to ssh from my ubuntu to the phone, it just hanged it there, and phone did not show any anything on its log. I also tried nmap to scan the port 2222 (which I configured for the server), nmap showed the host is down. Maybe I need to turn the andorid firewall for the port 2222, but the app description never say so. I am going uninstall this one and try others.
- for users added public key authentication (RSA or DSA/DSS)
- for users allow agent/X11 forwarding or inbound/outbound connections
- set timeouts for idle andauthorization and/or set max authorization attempts and max concurrent sessions per user
- and we fixed some bugs