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Hi guys,

I use iTerm2 for SSH sessions. Is there any way to customize SSH/Putty sessions in RDM Mac to utilize a different terminal emulator than Terminal? I did not see any obvious way to do this in the session options or preferences.

http://iterm2.com/

FWIW upgrading to enterprise with my key and importing over 1K sessions and folder structure from .rdm XML worked perfectly.

Thanks,
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Gabe

Clock6 yrs

Hi,

Great suggestion! It's added to our internal tracker.

Great news about your upgrade to.

Thank you for your feedback

Benoît Sansregret

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Clock6 yrs

Any update to using iterm2? I just got a mac and iterm2 is a much better console program than the default.

Thanks!

Clock5 yrs

Hi,

You can now create embedded iTerm sessions in Remote Desktop Manager.

It's under Session->Remote Connections when you add a new entry.

Best Regards,

Benoît Sansregret

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Clock5 yrs

But.. I assume you can't use the same data source between Windows and MAC when you do this?

Clock5 yrs

You can use the same data source but the iTerm entry won't work on Windows.

We don't support to execute Command Line entry with iTerm.

If you are looking for a way to do SSH Shell/Tunnel/Port Forwarding, we are currently working on our own terminal that will be embedded in the app and that will be available in Mac and Windows edition.

Tell me if you need anything else.

Benoît Sansregret

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Clock5 yrs

This is exactly what I am looking for. To have one entry that will work between Mac and Windows. I guess I will have to just stick with the SSH Shell entries for now.

Thanks!

Clock5 yrs