Conserver: A Flexible, Mature Console Management System

Posted by tuxchick on Oct 30, 2005 5:42 AM EDT; By Bryan Stansell
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How would you like the flexibility to troubleshoot system problems from anywhere? How would you like the ability to have others watch what you are doing, and even help? And how would you like to have everything logged, so you can "go back in time" and review past events? These are just some of the things conserver can do for you.

[Ed.- Linux console servers, while not the most fun to use for everyday administration, can be real life-savers when everything else goes *poof*. Conserver is a free, sophisticated console server with a great feature set that takes you far beyond good ole Minicom and a null-modem cable.]

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