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You can now control how each line of the clipboard text is sent to the server. Without the new options, they are sent without modification. For more information about the new options, click here.
When this option is enabled, Line Sender escapes words starting with '\'. For example, if Line Sender finds '\t', it's converted to a TAB control character. For more information about available '\' escape sequences, click here.
This new feature should be handy if you frequently use 'su' (switch user) command. For example, you can use the new control sequences to change the background color to red when you change your user ID to 'root' for system administrative work. For more information about the new control sequences, click here.
Additional information about the new options for Line Sender is available at http://choung.net/handbooks/Token2Shell/line-sender-options.
The following lists the key features added to
Token2Shell version 6.1.0 for Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7.
Token2Shell already supports detaching a session tab from its main window. A detached session screen behaves like a floating dockable pane; it can be docked or grouped together with other detached sessions. Also, unlike traditional multi-session programs where each session window cannot be placed outside of the main window, the floating session panes in Token2Shell can be placed anywhere on your desktop screen.
In the new version, Token2Shell now also supports detaching 4 session tabs all at once and form a 2x2 docked floating pane. In order to use this new feature, simply press <Shift> key while double-clicking the session tab you wish to detach. Token2Shell will then automatically detach the next three session tabs and form a 2x2 floating pane. The new version also supports right-click popup menu for detaching session tabs.
When you do a Slow Paste (<Shift>+<Alt>+<Ins>) in Token2Shell, Token2Shell sends the clipboard-stored text line by line at a preconfigured interval. In the new version, Token2Shell supports additional options for setting that interval.
In the new version, you now have options for setting up pausing time or trigger text. Setting up those options is much like creating a macro script with a common '#wait' or '#waitfor' command line. For example, if you set the interval mode to 'Time' and enter '2000' for 'Line Sending Interval', Token2Shell sends each line and pause for 2 seconds before sending the next one. If you set the mode to 'Text' and enter 'myserver command prompt %' for 'Trigger Text', Token2Shell will only send the next line when it sees that text from the server response.
For additional information about '#wait' and '#waitfor' script commands, please visit
The new version now supports creating RSA and DSA private keys suitable for SSH2 sessions within Login Agent. The file format used for those keys is compatible with OpenSSH. (Please note that if you update a private key in Login Agent, it will be overwritten in OpenSSH format regardless of its original file format.)
When you add a password or passphrase to a private key, Login Agent will save the key using AES encryption. OpenSSH version 5.4 and higher uses the same encryption, but if you are using an older version, it will not be able to decrypt the new format. Thus if you need to transfer your AES encrypted private key to an OpenSSH server older than version 5.4, you may need to remove the encryption before uploading, and have it encrypted again from the server.
Login Agent now also supports copying the public key of the private key it holds to clipboard. You can use the clipboard copied text to wherever the content of an OpenSSH public key file is expected.
To show our appreciation to our users, we are offering a free upgrade to all Token2Shell version 5 customers for the newly released version 6. At the same time, we'll be adding one more license free of charge to each upgrade. For example, if you had purchased 1 license of Token2Shell version 5, your new activation code will be setup for 2 licenses. (Please note that this upgrade offer is only for existing customers who already have a Token2Shell license key.)
You don't need to send us any application form for this upgrade. You already have all the necessary information to activate the new version. For detailed instruction, please visit http://choung.net/order/license-activation#t2s-v5-upgrade.
Thank you again for all your support of our software!
Long at last, it's here! The following summarizes the key features added to version 6 of Token2Shell for Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7.
Ch1.Gateway supports all the connection methods found in Token2Shell. So even the device that only supports serial port connection can be accessed over an SSH connection via Token2Shell and Ch1.Gateway!
The method for applying your license to Token2Shell has been changed. You now only need to enter "User ID" and "Activation Code". Your license key will then automatically be downloaded from our activation server.
For additional information about the new software activation process, please visit http://choung.net/order/license-activation.