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ChrisCindy
219 Stars 34 Forks GNU Lesser General Public License v3.0 29 Commits 17 Opened issues

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A simple web-based SSH, remote shell in your browser built with Node.js

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## Summary

Node-Web-Console is a web-based Node.js application that allows to execute shell commands on a server directly from a browser (web-based SSH). This project is inspired by the php-based web-console. The application is very light, does not require any database and can be installed and configured in about 3 minutes.

Features

  • Clean interface, which looks and feels like a real shell terminal
  • Easy to extend. Node-Web-Console uses Koa to start the web server. You can easily extend it or integrate it to your own project
  • Secure. You can configure HTTPS (SSL) on your web server and all Node-Web-Console traffic will be protected. Also, Node-Web-Console has a mark to search engines that will disallow the Node-Web-Console page from indexing
  • Fast configuration. Node-Web-Console is a pure Node.js project and can be installed and configured quickly
  • Mobile friendly. Node-Web-Console supports inputs from the virtual keyboard in the mobile browser. So you can use it conveniently in your mobile devices like iPad, iPhone and Android phones.

Installation

Node-Web-Console uses Koa to start the web server, so it requires node v7.6.0 or higher.

```shell git clone https://github.com/ChrisCindy/node-web-console.git cd node-web-console

instal dependencies

npm install

Getting Started

  • configure the settings

open

config/index.js
and enter your
$USER
and
$PASSWORD
credentials, edit any other settings that you like (see description in the comments).
  • start the web server

    • Development mode
  ## build and watch client side scripts and stylesheets
  npm run client:dev

open another shell

start the web server

npm run server:dev

  • Production mode
  ## build and minify client side scripts and stylesheets
  npm run client:build

start the server with pm2

npm run prod

  • open
    http://localhost:3000/console
    in your browser and enjoy it.

License

Node-Web-Console is licensed under GNU LGPL Version 3 license.

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