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About this app

With the SSH button application you can send ssh commands to linux hosts via a button on your android device.
Simply create a new button and add the command you want to sent to the linux device.

You can specify per button:
- Label ( e.g. reboot raspberry or start application )
- Command to sent ( e.g. sudo reboot or sudo service httpd restart)
- ip adres or hostname
- username
- password
- Private key ( optional )
- ssh port

Keep in mind that you only use Linux/Unix commands that return immediately!!
Updated on
Nov 19, 2017

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394 reviews
Richard Huber (Laxxity)
September 23, 2020
Excellent app. I use this to manage my Ark game server and so my friend can turn it on and off as required. Would be nice if there was a way to return a short simple message back to the app to be used to check and verify service status for example. e.g. "Service is stopped" or "Service is running" etc. Also perhaps a button clone feature would be good. Otherwise great app. Highly recommended.
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Pres W
January 30, 2021
So good! My only suggestion would be to allow reordering the buttons by dragging them. Superb! David, thank you for responding. I had tried that, it just opens the properties. UPDATE: drag them quickly, don't hold, that worked
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David Grootendorst
January 30, 2021
You can reorder the buttons. Hold the striped lines and swipe.
A Google user
January 5, 2020
This was a simple and effective solution to my need for an easier way to start and stop an audio stream from my server. I wasn't sure this would work given the "immediate return" requirement - I am using a program that outputs audio until you control-c - but I was able to quickly create one button that runs a nohup [name] command and a second that runs a killall [name].
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What's new

Fixed issue with key authentication on Android 4.x