Mosh supports .ssh/config

Unix is user-friendly — it's just choosy about who its friends are.

I've recently started using Mosh. It's a clever bit of software that keeps your SSH sessions running, even if your client goes offline or changes IP address. But I find the syntax used to launch it a bit verbose and easy to forget. A typical command is something like: mosh --ssh="ssh -p 1234" Within […]

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