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  • pigeo
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    In order to work, you need to have function proc_open() OR shell_exec() enabled on your server. Be sure to check this because a lot of servers are configured to disable these functions by default (for security reasons). This little tool is nice to have when you need to perform some command lines on the server, but it has some limitations : - you can't run any interactive application (such as "vi") because you're not on a tty) - on many servers, you can't perform any sudo / su because it say's it requires a tty (this check is enabled on many servers for security reasons) (you may however be able to install this tool on a server and use the SUID bit on it in order to mimick a permanent sudo) If you're OK with these limitations, then go for it : it's perfect for launching commands such as compress/decompress files, making aliases, etc. If someone is ready to work on it, this little tool could be improved in several ways, including : - adding autocompletion when pressing TAB key - adding a permanent sudo in the 'tools' menu, for the happy fews who have servers where the sudo is enabled (when you go in the menu, and click on sudo, you would then type in a login/password, and starting from then, all commands would be performed with this account until you click again on this 'tools > sudo' menu). - adding some javascript to better handle the scrollbar (when there's a lot of text in the console, each time you run a new command, the scrollbar is reseted to the top first line)

    Posted 01/18/2012