wshterm: Terminal emulator over websockets.

[ bsd3, program, web ] [ Propose Tags ]

wshterm wraps google's hterm library and allows you to run terminal applications in a browser.


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Versions [RSS] [faq] 0.1.0.0, 0.1.0.1
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Dependencies async, base (>=4.10 && <5.0), binary, bytestring, file-embed, posix-pty, process, wai, wai-app-static, wai-websockets, warp, websockets [details]
License BSD-3-Clause
Copyright (c) 2019 Luke Clifton
Author Luke Clifton
Maintainer lukec@themk.net
Revised Revision 1 made by lukec at 2020-12-03T12:32:36Z
Category Web
Uploaded by lukec at 2019-03-11T01:01:13Z
Distributions NixOS:0.1.0.1
Executables wshterm
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wshterm

wshterm is a terminal emulator for the browser.

wshterm combines hterm with a backend application to provide a terminal emulator for the browser. Communication is done via websockets.

Features

  • Runs most CLI and TUI programs (haven't found one that didn't work yet)
  • Ability to display images using the iTerm inline image escape sequences
  • Supports resizing the terminal
  • Run an arbitary command on connection.

It currently does not support SSL, it is currently expected that if you need SSL, you will put it behind a reverse proxy such as NGINX.

It currently does not drop priveleges. Don't run it as root. Use the provided ssh_local script if you want to authenticate.

Usage

Simply run as the user you want to run as, and specify a command to be executed.

sudo -u nobody wshterm ./ssh_local