[CentOS] Running MacOSX as VM under CentOS 5.10?

Thu Nov 7 03:33:44 UTC 2013
Keith Keller <kkeller at wombat.san-francisco.ca.us>

On 2013-11-07, Warren Young <warren at etr-usa.com> wrote:
> The built-in SSH client is OpenSSH from the Terminal.  I find OS X's 
> Terminal much more functional and usable than Gnome Terminal on CentOS. 
>   For an even better user experience, I recommend SecureCRT, a 
> commercial GUI SSH client for Windows, OS X, and Linux.  I *live* in 
> SecureCRT 5 days a week.  It is rock solid, and much more capable than 
> Terminal + OpenSSH.

If you hate Terminal, but are too cheap to spring for SecureCRT, you can
try iTerm 2.  It has support for profiles, and probably a bunch of other
stuff Terminal doesn't that I can't think of at the moment.

I've used OS X as a host for a CentOS VM, but it's usually for a fairly
limited task (e.g., I need to access an Avocent KVM remotely, but
perhaps all of my local servers are down, and these devices for some
reason support linux but not OS X).  I spend much more of my time
accessing my CentOS machines over XQuartz or NX.


kkeller at wombat.san-francisco.ca.us