An SSH file manager that lets you edit files like they are local

Overview

FilesRemote

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An SSH file manager.

  • Edit files like local:
    • Automatically download and open files in any local editor (configurable).
    • Automatically upload when changes are detected.
    • Especially useful on slow and unstable links, where FUSE+SSHFS would cause too big of a slowdown on the local system.
  • Edit files as root via sudo.
  • Uses SSH auth agent when available, with fallback to password based authentication.
  • Cross platform.

This demo illustrates the automatic upload feature:

Demo

macOS:

Mac

Windows:

Windows

Linux:

Linux

Usage

Command line usage: filesremote [[[email protected]]host[:port]].

E.g. filesremote 192.168.1.60 or filesremote [email protected]:22. Defaults to your local username and port 22.

MacOS specific

On first run the app will be blocked, because I do not have an Apple Developer account. Unblock it in this System Preferences pages:

Security & Privacy system preferences page

After starting the app, go to File -> Preferences and set up the path of your text editor. For example for Sublime Text on MacOS this could be:

open -a "Sublime Text"

Optionally make aliases for easy command line usage:

alias filesremote="open -a FilesRemote --args [email protected]"
alias filesremote_myserver="filesremote [email protected]"
Comments
  • Libssh2_session_handshake failed. Invalid MAC received.

    Libssh2_session_handshake failed. Invalid MAC received.

    image

    PS C:\Users\himura\.ssh> cat .\config
    Host o2
        HostName Omega-FFFF
        User root
        IdentityFile ~/.ssh/omega-ffff_rsa
    
    Host *
        User ansible
        IdentityFile ~/.ssh/id_ed25519
    

    Sometimes it also says "Failed getting banner".

    opened by Himura2la 9
  • Please add option for password in CLI

    Please add option for password in CLI

    would it be possible to add -p flag to pass on password in command use? This would be 100 times more useful for anyone in web industry as we are used to WinSCP app which has plenty of not used stuff in there. Thanks

    opened by JanSargsyan 6
  • Freezes in Windows if remote server disconnected

    Freezes in Windows if remote server disconnected

    I just observed that when I shutdown a remote server, the FilesRemote program just freezes, instead of showing a dialog to indicate the connection has lost and prompt user to retry connecting. Not sure if that's the expected behavior.

    opened by jerrylususu 3
  • filesremote window has no size | macos

    filesremote window has no size | macos

    platform: MacOS 10.14.6 version: 1.6

    im using my mac with external display, and often run filesremote on external display. but when i don't have external display connected, window still creates on "external desktop" but it does not exists, and window don't have any size, i cant move it to my macbook's display.

    video with bug? demonstration

    video how to temporary fix

    opened by ktnk-dev 2
  • Align use of `.ssh/config` better with the openssh client

    Align use of `.ssh/config` better with the openssh client

    Continuation of #1 based on ideas from @abulka .

    Should match on the HostName field rather than the Host field as currently.

    Should be able to use connect to hosts using the Host field as aliases.

    Should be able to pull username and port from the config too. And possibly other params?

    opened by allanrbo 2
  • libssh2_sftp_init hangs when connecting to OpenWRT with Dropbear SSH server

    libssh2_sftp_init hangs when connecting to OpenWRT with Dropbear SSH server

    libssh2_sftp_init hangs when connecting to OpenWRT with Dropbear SSH server.

    Seems to be a libssh2 issue, because the same happens with the examples included with libsssh, such as this one: https://github.com/libssh2/libssh2/blob/libssh2-1.10.0/example/sftp.c .

    I tried compiling libssh2 with cmake ... -DENABLE_DEBUG_LOGGING=ON , and adding this to sftp.c:

    libssh2_trace(session, LIBSSH2_TRACE_KEX | LIBSSH2_TRACE_AUTH | LIBSSH2_TRACE_CONN | LIBSSH2_TRACE_SCP | LIBSSH2_TRACE_SFTP | LIBSSH2_TRACE_ERROR | LIBSSH2_TRACE_PUBLICKEY);
    

    It resulted in the following trace when connecting to an OpenWRT server with Dropbear:

    [libssh2] 0.158452 Conn: Setting blocking mode ON
    [libssh2] 0.171709 Key Ex: Sent KEX: curve25519-sha256,[email protected],ecdh-sha2-nistp256,ecdh-sha2-nistp384,ecdh-sha2-nistp521,diffie-hellman-group-exchange-sha256,diffie-hellman-group16-sha512,diffie-hellman-group18-sha512,diffie-hellman-group14-sha256,diffie-hellman-group14-sha1,diffie-hellman-group1-sha1,diffie-hellman-group-exchange-sha1
    [libssh2] 0.171755 Key Ex: Sent HOSTKEY: ecdsa-sha2-nistp256,ecdsa-sha2-nistp384,ecdsa-sha2-nistp521,[email protected],[email protected],[email protected],ssh-ed25519,ssh-rsa,ssh-dss
    [libssh2] 0.171767 Key Ex: Sent CRYPT_CS: aes128-ctr,aes192-ctr,aes256-ctr,aes256-cbc,[email protected],aes192-cbc,aes128-cbc,blowfish-cbc,arcfour128,arcfour,cast128-cbc,3des-cbc
    [libssh2] 0.171776 Key Ex: Sent CRYPT_SC: aes128-ctr,aes192-ctr,aes256-ctr,aes256-cbc,[email protected],aes192-cbc,aes128-cbc,blowfish-cbc,arcfour128,arcfour,cast128-cbc,3des-cbc
    [libssh2] 0.171785 Key Ex: Sent MAC_CS: hmac-sha2-256,hmac-sha2-512,hmac-sha1,hmac-sha1-96,hmac-md5,hmac-md5-96,hmac-ripemd160,[email protected]
    [libssh2] 0.171794 Key Ex: Sent MAC_SC: hmac-sha2-256,hmac-sha2-512,hmac-sha1,hmac-sha1-96,hmac-md5,hmac-md5-96,hmac-ripemd160,[email protected]
    [libssh2] 0.171802 Key Ex: Sent COMP_CS: none
    [libssh2] 0.171811 Key Ex: Sent COMP_SC: none
    [libssh2] 0.171820 Key Ex: Sent LANG_CS: 
    [libssh2] 0.171828 Key Ex: Sent LANG_SC: 
    [libssh2] 0.171902 Key Ex: Agreed on KEX method: curve25519-sha256
    [libssh2] 0.171916 Key Ex: Agreed on HOSTKEY method: ssh-ed25519
    [libssh2] 0.171925 Key Ex: Agreed on CRYPT_CS method: aes128-ctr
    [libssh2] 0.171933 Key Ex: Agreed on CRYPT_SC method: aes128-ctr
    [libssh2] 0.171942 Key Ex: Agreed on MAC_CS method: hmac-sha2-256
    [libssh2] 0.171951 Key Ex: Agreed on MAC_SC method: hmac-sha2-256
    [libssh2] 0.171959 Key Ex: Agreed on COMP_CS method: none
    [libssh2] 0.171968 Key Ex: Agreed on COMP_SC method: none
    [libssh2] 0.172468 Key Ex: Initiating curve25519 SHA2
    [libssh2] 0.450752 Key Ex: Server's MD5 Fingerprint: ea:8d:76:7b:2b:0d:5f:c7:60:0f:92:5c:01:e5:7a:40
    [libssh2] 0.450836 Key Ex: Server's SHA1 Fingerprint: ed:db:ad:f2:bc:e7:3d:8d:eb:47:0c:d3:6a:8c:71:25:07:1c:61:17
    [libssh2] 0.450887 Key Ex: Server's SHA256 Fingerprint: TZbN1TCE4+9l3PwTFJgUF5F0+kVfsdCSlJdwBQkk8xQ=
    [libssh2] 0.452479 Key Ex: Received NEWKEYS message
    [libssh2] 0.452597 Key Ex: session_id calculated
    [libssh2] 0.452647 Key Ex: Client to Server IV and Key calculated
    [libssh2] 0.452679 Key Ex: Server to Client IV and Key calculated
    [libssh2] 0.452707 Key Ex: Client to Server HMAC Key calculated
    [libssh2] 0.452727 Key Ex: Server to Client HMAC Key calculated
    [libssh2] 0.452740 Key Ex: Client to Server compression initialized
    [libssh2] 0.452752 Key Ex: Server to Client compression initialized
    Fingerprint: ED DB AD F2 BC E7 3D 8D EB 47 0C D3 6A 8C 71 25 07 1C 61 17 
    [libssh2] 0.456500 Failure Event: -37 - Would block requesting userauth list
    [libssh2] 0.459249 Userauth: Permitted auth methods: publickey,password
    Authentication methods: publickey,password
    [libssh2] 0.459329 Userauth: Attempting to login using password authentication
    [libssh2] 0.459417 Failure Event: -37 - Waiting for password response
    [libssh2] 0.470157 Userauth: Password authentication successful
    libssh2_sftp_init()!
    [libssh2] 0.470235 SFTP: Initializing SFTP subsystem
    [libssh2] 0.470260 Conn: Allocated new channel ID#0
    [libssh2] 0.470278 Conn: Opening Channel - win 2097152 pack 32768
    [libssh2] 0.470383 Failure Event: -37 - Would block
    [libssh2] 0.470408 Failure Event: -37 - Would block starting up channel
    [libssh2] 0.487273 Conn: Connection Established - ID: 0/0 win: 24576/2097152 pack: 140428250742775/32768
    [libssh2] 0.487352 Conn: starting request(subsystem) on channel 0/0, message=sftp
    [libssh2] 0.487454 Failure Event: -37 - Would block to request SFTP subsystem
    [libssh2] 0.489992 Conn: Setting channel 0/0 handle_extended_data mode to 1
    [libssh2] 0.490046 SFTP: Sending FXP_INIT packet advertising version 3 support
    [libssh2] 0.490102 Conn: Writing 9 bytes on channel 0/0, stream #0
    [libssh2] 0.490121 Conn: Sending 9 bytes on channel 0/0, stream_id=0
    [libssh2] 0.490205 SFTP: Requiring packet 2 id 0
    [libssh2] 0.490225 SFTP: recv packet
    [libssh2] 0.490237 Conn: channel_read() wants 4 bytes from channel 0/0 stream #0
    [libssh2] 0.490258 Failure Event: -37 - would block
    [libssh2] 0.490274 Failure Event: -37 - Would block receiving SSH_FXP_VERSION
    [libssh2] 0.499553 SFTP: Requiring packet 2 id 0
    [libssh2] 0.499587 SFTP: recv packet
    [libssh2] 0.499601 Conn: channel_read() wants 4 bytes from channel 0/0 stream #0
    [libssh2] 0.499652 Conn: 5 bytes packet_add() for 0/0/140698833649665
    [libssh2] 0.499671 Conn: Ignoring extended data and refunding 5 bytes
    [libssh2] 0.499685 Conn: shrinking window size by 5 bytes to 2097147, read_avail 0
    [libssh2] 0.499698 Conn: Adjusting window 5 bytes for data on channel 0/0
    [libssh2] 0.499776 Failure Event: -37 - would block
    [libssh2] 0.499795 Failure Event: -37 - Would block receiving SSH_FXP_VERSION
    [libssh2] 0.500499 SFTP: Requiring packet 2 id 0
    [libssh2] 0.500534 SFTP: recv packet
    [libssh2] 0.500548 Conn: channel_read() wants 4 bytes from channel 0/0 stream #0
    [libssh2] 0.500611 Conn: 35 bytes packet_add() for 0/0/140698833649665
    [libssh2] 0.500622 Conn: Ignoring extended data and refunding 35 bytes
    [libssh2] 0.500629 Conn: shrinking window size by 35 bytes to 2097117, read_avail 0
    [libssh2] 0.500636 Conn: Adjusting window 35 bytes for data on channel 0/0
    [libssh2] 0.500670 Failure Event: -37 - would block
    [libssh2] 0.500719 Failure Event: -37 - Would block receiving SSH_FXP_VERSION
    [libssh2] 0.501063 SFTP: Requiring packet 2 id 0
    [libssh2] 0.501089 SFTP: recv packet
    [libssh2] 0.501098 Conn: channel_read() wants 4 bytes from channel 0/0 stream #0
    [libssh2] 0.501129 Conn: 1 bytes packet_add() for 0/0/140698833649665
    [libssh2] 0.501139 Conn: Ignoring extended data and refunding 1 bytes
    [libssh2] 0.501145 Conn: shrinking window size by 1 bytes to 2097151, read_avail 0
    [libssh2] 0.501152 Conn: Adjusting window 1 bytes for data on channel 0/0
    [libssh2] 0.501187 Failure Event: -37 - would block
    [libssh2] 0.501196 Failure Event: -37 - Would block receiving SSH_FXP_VERSION
    [libssh2] 0.503486 SFTP: Requiring packet 2 id 0
    [libssh2] 0.503512 SFTP: recv packet
    [libssh2] 0.503520 Conn: channel_read() wants 4 bytes from channel 0/0 stream #0
    [libssh2] 0.503551 Conn: EOF received for channel 0/0
    [libssh2] 0.503563 Failure Event: -37 - Would block receiving SSH_FXP_VERSION
    [libssh2] 0.505267 SFTP: Requiring packet 2 id 0
    [libssh2] 0.505293 SFTP: recv packet
    [libssh2] 0.505302 Conn: channel_read() wants 4 bytes from channel 0/0 stream #0
    [libssh2] 0.505334 Conn: Channel 0 received request type exit-status (wr 0)
    [libssh2] 0.505344 Conn: Exit status 127 received for channel 0/0
    [libssh2] 0.505360 Conn: Close received for channel 0/0
    [libssh2] 0.505370 Failure Event: -37 - Would block receiving SSH_FXP_VERSION
    

    At this point it freezes apparently indefinitely, and I need to stop it with ctrl-c.

    As reference, here's a trace from a successful connection to a Debian 11 server:

    [libssh2] 0.106046 Conn: Setting blocking mode ON
    [libssh2] 0.203746 Key Ex: Sent KEX: curve25519-sha256,[email protected],ecdh-sha2-nistp256,ecdh-sha2-nistp384,ecdh-sha2-nistp521,diffie-hellman-group-exchange-sha256,diffie-hellman-group16-sha512,diffie-hellman-group18-sha512,diffie-hellman-group14-sha256,diffie-hellman-group14-sha1,diffie-hellman-group1-sha1,diffie-hellman-group-exchange-sha1
    [libssh2] 0.203810 Key Ex: Sent HOSTKEY: ecdsa-sha2-nistp256,ecdsa-sha2-nistp384,ecdsa-sha2-nistp521,[email protected],[email protected],[email protected],ssh-ed25519,ssh-rsa,ssh-dss
    [libssh2] 0.203958 Key Ex: Sent CRYPT_CS: aes128-ctr,aes192-ctr,aes256-ctr,aes256-cbc,[email protected],aes192-cbc,aes128-cbc,blowfish-cbc,arcfour128,arcfour,cast128-cbc,3des-cbc
    [libssh2] 0.203984 Key Ex: Sent CRYPT_SC: aes128-ctr,aes192-ctr,aes256-ctr,aes256-cbc,[email protected],aes192-cbc,aes128-cbc,blowfish-cbc,arcfour128,arcfour,cast128-cbc,3des-cbc
    [libssh2] 0.204000 Key Ex: Sent MAC_CS: hmac-sha2-256,hmac-sha2-512,hmac-sha1,hmac-sha1-96,hmac-md5,hmac-md5-96,hmac-ripemd160,[email protected]
    [libssh2] 0.204015 Key Ex: Sent MAC_SC: hmac-sha2-256,hmac-sha2-512,hmac-sha1,hmac-sha1-96,hmac-md5,hmac-md5-96,hmac-ripemd160,[email protected]
    [libssh2] 0.204029 Key Ex: Sent COMP_CS: none
    [libssh2] 0.204042 Key Ex: Sent COMP_SC: none
    [libssh2] 0.204056 Key Ex: Sent LANG_CS: 
    [libssh2] 0.204069 Key Ex: Sent LANG_SC: 
    [libssh2] 0.277625 Key Ex: Agreed on KEX method: curve25519-sha256
    [libssh2] 0.277676 Key Ex: Agreed on HOSTKEY method: ecdsa-sha2-nistp256
    [libssh2] 0.277695 Key Ex: Agreed on CRYPT_CS method: aes128-ctr
    [libssh2] 0.277711 Key Ex: Agreed on CRYPT_SC method: aes128-ctr
    [libssh2] 0.277726 Key Ex: Agreed on MAC_CS method: hmac-sha2-256
    [libssh2] 0.277740 Key Ex: Agreed on MAC_SC method: hmac-sha2-256
    [libssh2] 0.277754 Key Ex: Agreed on COMP_CS method: none
    [libssh2] 0.277769 Key Ex: Agreed on COMP_SC method: none
    [libssh2] 0.281806 Key Ex: Initiating curve25519 SHA2
    [libssh2] 0.802537 Key Ex: Server's MD5 Fingerprint: 17:da:11:2d:9c:97:fd:4c:8e:0c:58:7a:a3:7d:8f:27
    [libssh2] 0.803115 Key Ex: Server's SHA1 Fingerprint: 98:2d:9f:34:da:4f:23:4d:09:47:87:30:8a:e9:51:76:0a:f9:67:19
    [libssh2] 0.803563 Key Ex: Server's SHA256 Fingerprint: zZYsRpxYPUQYd7zuXNjPGVAjcr+LnOvAhgyCsxcOlWE=
    [libssh2] 0.813907 Key Ex: Received NEWKEYS message
    [libssh2] 0.813985 Key Ex: session_id calculated
    [libssh2] 0.814056 Key Ex: Client to Server IV and Key calculated
    [libssh2] 0.814087 Key Ex: Server to Client IV and Key calculated
    [libssh2] 0.814112 Key Ex: Client to Server HMAC Key calculated
    [libssh2] 0.814130 Key Ex: Server to Client HMAC Key calculated
    [libssh2] 0.814143 Key Ex: Client to Server compression initialized
    [libssh2] 0.814155 Key Ex: Server to Client compression initialized
    Fingerprint: 98 2D 9F 34 DA 4F 23 4D 09 47 87 30 8A E9 51 76 0A F9 67 19 
    [libssh2] 1.155163 Failure Event: -37 - Would block requesting userauth list
    [libssh2] 1.330660 Userauth: Permitted auth methods: publickey,password
    Authentication methods: publickey,password
    [libssh2] 1.330742 Userauth: Attempting to login using password authentication
    [libssh2] 1.330844 Failure Event: -37 - Waiting for password response
    [libssh2] 1.495517 Userauth: Password authentication successful
    libssh2_sftp_init()!
    [libssh2] 1.495590 SFTP: Initializing SFTP subsystem
    [libssh2] 1.495616 Conn: Allocated new channel ID#0
    [libssh2] 1.495636 Conn: Opening Channel - win 2097152 pack 32768
    [libssh2] 1.495805 Failure Event: -37 - Would block
    [libssh2] 1.495846 Failure Event: -37 - Would block starting up channel
    [libssh2] 1.634893 Conn: Received global request type [email protected] (wr 0)
    [libssh2] 1.634981 Failure Event: -37 - Would block
    [libssh2] 1.635003 Failure Event: -37 - Would block starting up channel
    [libssh2] 1.802321 Conn: Connection Established - ID: 0/0 win: 0/2097152 pack: 140475495383040/32768
    [libssh2] 1.802382 Conn: starting request(subsystem) on channel 0/0, message=sftp
    [libssh2] 1.802449 Failure Event: -37 - Would block to request SFTP subsystem
    [libssh2] 1.972887 Conn: Window adjust for channel 0/0, adding 2097152 bytes, new window_size=140698835746816
    [libssh2] 1.972959 Conn: Setting channel 0/0 handle_extended_data mode to 1
    [libssh2] 1.972974 SFTP: Sending FXP_INIT packet advertising version 3 support
    [libssh2] 1.972984 Conn: Writing 9 bytes on channel 0/0, stream #0
    [libssh2] 1.972996 Conn: Sending 9 bytes on channel 0/0, stream_id=0
    [libssh2] 1.973154 SFTP: Requiring packet 2 id 0
    [libssh2] 1.973179 SFTP: recv packet
    [libssh2] 1.973191 Conn: channel_read() wants 4 bytes from channel 0/0 stream #0
    [libssh2] 1.973205 Failure Event: -37 - would block
    [libssh2] 1.973216 Failure Event: -37 - Would block receiving SSH_FXP_VERSION
    [libssh2] 2.105433 SFTP: Requiring packet 2 id 0
    [libssh2] 2.105474 SFTP: recv packet
    [libssh2] 2.105485 Conn: channel_read() wants 4 bytes from channel 0/0 stream #0
    [libssh2] 2.108895 Conn: 183 bytes packet_add() for 0/0/140698833649664
    [libssh2] 2.109666 Conn: increasing read_avail by 183 bytes to 183/2097152
    [libssh2] 2.109693 Conn: channel_read() got 4 of data from 0/0/0
    [libssh2] 2.109704 SFTP: Data begin - Packet Length: 179
    [libssh2] 2.109714 Conn: channel_read() wants 179 bytes from channel 0/0 stream #0
    [libssh2] 2.109726 Conn: channel_read() got 179 of data from 0/0/0 [ul]
    [libssh2] 2.109737 SFTP: Received packet type 2 (len 179)
    [libssh2] 2.109746 SFTP: Received packet id 3
    [libssh2] 2.109755 SFTP: Got 2
    [libssh2] 2.109763 SFTP: Enabling SFTP version 3 compatibility
    libssh2_sftp_open()!
    [libssh2] 2.109783 SFTP: Sending file open request
    [libssh2] 2.109792 Conn: Writing 34 bytes on channel 0/0, stream #0
    [libssh2] 2.109818 Conn: Sending 34 bytes on channel 0/0, stream_id=0
    [libssh2] 2.109908 SFTP: recv packet
    [libssh2] 2.109927 Conn: channel_read() wants 4 bytes from channel 0/0 stream #0
    [libssh2] 2.109940 Failure Event: -37 - would block
    [libssh2] 2.109992 Failure Event: -37 - Would block waiting for status message
    [libssh2] 2.276913 SFTP: recv packet
    [libssh2] 2.276958 Conn: channel_read() wants 4 bytes from channel 0/0 stream #0
    [libssh2] 2.277017 Conn: 33 bytes packet_add() for 0/0/140698833649664
    [libssh2] 2.277031 Conn: increasing read_avail by 33 bytes to 33/2096969
    [libssh2] 2.277044 Conn: channel_read() got 4 of data from 0/0/0
    [libssh2] 2.277054 SFTP: Data begin - Packet Length: 29
    [libssh2] 2.277063 Conn: channel_read() wants 29 bytes from channel 0/0 stream #0
    [libssh2] 2.277074 Conn: channel_read() got 29 of data from 0/0/0 [ul]
    [libssh2] 2.277084 SFTP: Received packet type 101 (len 29)
    [libssh2] 2.277093 SFTP: Received packet id 0
    [libssh2] 2.277102 Failure Event: -31 - Failed opening remote file
    [libssh2] 2.277111 SFTP: got FXP_STATUS 2
    Unable to open file with SFTP: 2
    [libssh2] 2.277195 Conn: Freeing channel 0/0 resources
    [libssh2] 2.277211 Conn: Sending EOF on channel 0/0
    [libssh2] 2.277247 Conn: Closing channel 0/0
    all done
    

    To do: figure out a workaround. Maybe we need a fix upstream in libssh2 or openssl.

    opened by allanrbo 1
  • MacOS makes it hard to open new window

    MacOS makes it hard to open new window

    MacOS makes it hard to open new window if you already have one connection open.

    Workaround open -n /Applications/FilesRemote.app/.

    To do: make a better way.

    opened by allanrbo 0
  • Drag-n-Drop Support?

    Drag-n-Drop Support?

    This tool is amazing and thank you for your great job in this project! I think it would be great if drag-n-drop support could be added to the already impressive feature set. Basically, drag files/folders from the main window to a file manager window (explorer in Windows, finder in Mac ...) will automatically download the files to the target folder, and uploading works the same way but in a different direction. This would greatly improve usability.

    enhancement 
    opened by jerrylususu 6
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