Spec URL: http://tgmweb.at/gadllah/gnome-sshman.spec
SRPM URL: http://tgmweb.at/gadllah/gnome-sshman-0.5.2-1.fc7.src.rpm
Gnome-sshman is an SSH session manager for GNOME. It is easy
and fast to use, and is useful for system administrators that
need to connect to many SSH servers. Gnome-sshman saves ssh
sessions and allows you to open a saved session with a double
click in nautilus or opening a new session running gnome-sshman
+ Package meets naming guidelines
+ SPEC file matches with package base name
+ Package has consitant macro usage
+ License is GPL
+ License tag matches with license in upstream tar ball
+ Package contains verbatim copy of the license text
+ SPEC is written in English
+ SPEC is legible
+ Tar ball matches with upstream
+ Package contains correct buildroot
+ BuildRequies aren't redundant
+ Packages doesn't contains sub packages
+ Local build works fine
+ Local instal works fine
+ Package contains proper %defattr and file permissions
+ Package contains no duplicate files
+ package contains no file or directories owned by other packes.
+ Package contains correct %clean section
+ buildroot will cleaned in %clean section and at the beginning of the %install
+ %doc section is small
+ File in %doc section don't affect runtime
+ Rpmlint is quite on source rpm
+ Rpmlint is quite on binary rpm
- When I try to connect to an sshd server, I get only a empty terminal window
after I have type in my ssh passphrase
- Mock build failes. You have to add a BR to desktop-file-utils
>- When I try to connect to an sshd server, I get only a empty terminal window
>after I have type in my ssh passphrase
Works here... have you confused the gnome-keyring-passphrase with the ssh one?
>Mock build failes. You have to add a BR to desktop-file-utils
it is already there:
I will try a mock build and see whats causing it.
Created attachment 160051 [details]
mock build log
it builds fine in mock for me (F-7 x86_64)
OK, I have solve the mock issue. It was a 'you have no space left' issue.
ok, I uploaded a new one with BuildRequires gettext-devel instead of gettext:
Does it still not work for you?
(gnome-keyring-manager vs ssh passpharse?)
Unfortunately, it doesn't works for me. I will get a blan screen. But I can find
out, that ssh is running and holding a connection to the foreigh host.
I have installed pexpect-2.1-4.fc7 if that may be helpful
ok same version here.
can you run it from a terminal and show me the output?
does file->open with nautilus work?
I am no longer interessted in maintaining this package.