August 3rd, 2007, 01:44 Posted By: zx-81
For those who haven't seen the previous version, Dropbear is a small SSH2 Server
and Client running on a variety of POSIX-based platforms.
It has been mainly developed by Matt Johnston
PSPSSH is a port of the version 0.48.1 to the PSP.
This ssh client gives you a remote access to your PC (if you have a SSH server
installed of course), and you can then enter commands and run scripts as if you were
directly in front of your PC.
This software is usefull for linux users who might want to connect to their PC/server
from anywhere using a wifi connection, and then read their mail using text based
tool such as pine, elm or mutt, run text irc client, watch log files, edit configuration
files, restart services etc ...
* Change log : *
What's new in version 1.0.8 :
- Add splash screen on startup
- Add Clear key in Danzeff keyboard
(useful to clear a field in the login menu)
- IR keyboard enhancement with new short keys inside menus
- Support Sprint PDA keyboard (thanks to Craig)
- Use new SDK wifi functions
- Update help / README files
- Bug fix & Code cleaning
* Credits and license : *
The terminal Vt100 emulation part of PSPSSH is based on the work
of Danzel for his Telnet client for PSP.
The IR keyboard support is based on the work of Harald Fielker
(author of the PSP IR Keyboard Library)
This software is distributed under several open-source/free software
licenses, and mainly the MIT/X Consortium License.
See LICENSE.txt file for all details and information about it.
It has been developed on linux for Firmware 1.5 and 3.40-OE, and for the IR keyboard part
it has been tested using a Targus Universal IR Wireless keyboard.
How to use it ? Everything is in the README.txt file.
* Download : *
You can download it on my blog : http://zx81.zx81.free.fr/
Thanks to Matt Johnston for Dropbear, to Danzel and Jeff Chen for their virtual keyboard,
thanks once more to Danzel for the VT100 emulation, and thanks to all PSPSDK coders.
For more information and downloads, click here!
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