59 ratings (3.136 average)
Lazy Geek allows automating interaction with remote hosts via telnet or ssh.
Lazy Geek uses "expect" like syntax.
Lazy Geek makes routine tasks such as turning on/off computers and particular services, etc, more comfortable.
* Public key authentication support
* New ways to set password
* Configurable timeout
Last comments from Android Market
Could use better handling of keyrings cause i'm having trouble getting them to work. Other than that, works wonders. I use this daily.
Cant figure it out
Does what it says on the tin. Could be a bit easier to configure and output could look a lot better. Doesn't work with wget e.g.
Waste, uninstalled. Menu does not allow you to add server, help in menu only tells you what the apps is suppose to do. Tap screen does not give menu
Perfect, just what I need, but can't get key file to work (Tried both RSA & DSA keys). Suggest support for a global key file, i.e. keys/id_dsa
Works perfectly, a great help. Does exactly what the description says.
About as useful as a rock to open a can of beans...
??? Imediately promps for password and fc.
Hey it keeps saying athentication password what do i type in??
Very nice. I can't figure out how to disable the password prompt when using a key though. Minor annoyance.