project attempts to recreate some features that allows you to use
SecureCRT session files comfortably under Linux (and MacOS). Only a
very limited set of features is implemented:
- can read SecureCRT files (ini)
- uses the hostname/ip address and protocol from SecureCRT
- allows autologin for all telnet sessions (configurable)
window: You can browse through your SecureCRT sessions.
ssh sessions, a username is requested. Auto-login is not performed.
sessions can be started simultaneously with the terminal of your choice.
- GNU/Linux or MacOS
- perl 5.8 or later
- wxPerl (bundled-in)
- Expect for Perl (bundled-in)
Download the latest version from here
and follow the next steps:
and un-tar the archive:
- tar zxvf linuxSecureCRT-0.1.tar.gz
the newly-formed directory:
to root priviledges:
the instructions. In case of errors (certain modules can't be
installed) you need to install the module(s) manually. Look on CPAN for
the modules and for instructions.
the root priviledges:
the program once (as the user that will run it frequently):
to fit your needs (set the path to the SecureCRT sessions, customize
autoLogin (at first it's disabled)). You will find instructions in the
send your comments and requests at adrian dot popa dot gh at gmail dot