Teleconsole 0.3.1 Released
Oct 1, 2016 by Taylor Wakefield
We have received a lot of great feedback since the Teleconsole launch. We pushed a quick update to Github which incorporates some of the feedback. This release is a quick response to most common complaints and feature requests we’ve received since the original release.
- Reduced latency for non-US users: we’ve added a couple of proxy servers in Europe and Asia.
- Ability to create sessions shared only with specific SSH keys, including
Github usernames. For example:
teleconsole -i torvalds
Will create a session that only Linus will be able to join ;)
Upon joining a new session, Teleconsole now replays up to 20 most recent “drawings” so you get the full context of what you’re looking at.
Cross-compiling for ARM-6 is more trouble than it’s worth, from now on ARM builds are ARM-7 (Raspberry Pi 3+) but if you have an older ARM-6 based appliance, building from source natively on it is trivial.
If you haven’t tried Teleconsole before, get it:
curl https://www.teleconsole.com/get.sh | sh
And then simply type
teleconsole in your terminal and follow the instructions.
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