Package Details: mosh-git 20191002-1

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Package Base: mosh-git
Description: Mobile shell, surviving disconnects with local echo and line editing, development version
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Keywords: ssh
Licenses: GPL3
Conflicts: mosh
Submitter: chneukirchen
Maintainer: ava1ar
Last Packager: ava1ar
Votes: 72
Popularity: 0.000729
First Submitted: 2012-04-26 09:26 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2020-03-09 02:06 (UTC)

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nathan commented on 2023-07-12 21:04 (UTC)

If you're having trouble compiling due to protoc version not matching protobuf, check out:

nursoda commented on 2021-06-03 02:18 (UTC)

Can mosh be used with tinyssh instead of openssh (at least on the server side)? IF so, should the dependency on openssh be optional?

tombh commented on 2020-07-05 08:35 (UTC)

How do issues like the libprotobuf version mismatch usually get solved? At the very least it would good to have some kind of warning feedback when doing a system upgrade that libprotobuf's version has changed and that mosh will need to be recompiled. But ideally, mosh would automatically recompile. Or can mosh be bundled with its own libprotobuf?

ava1ar commented on 2020-03-09 02:08 (UTC)

Updated with new git URL

pepper_chico commented on 2019-10-24 19:41 (UTC)

URL is now

jshap commented on 2018-09-07 16:03 (UTC) (edited on 2018-09-07 16:04 (UTC) by jshap)

general reminder that if libprotobuf gets a version bump (ie: -> you might need to make clean from inside the package's build dir so it can properly link against the new library :)

ava1ar commented on 2015-08-10 13:43 (UTC)

Thanks! Package updated.

auscompgeek commented on 2015-08-10 13:24 (UTC)

The vte{,3}-mosh-fix optdepends should be removed; those patches were merged upstream long ago.

ava1ar commented on 2014-11-06 03:04 (UTC)

Adopted. libutempter now mandatory dependency. arm arch added to the list.

ava1ar commented on 2014-11-04 03:48 (UTC)

@jsteel I am using Arch Linux ARM ( on one of my embedded systems and pretty happy with it (actually Arch Linux ARM one of the most popular ARM distribution), and it also can install packages from AUR, exactly like "official" Arch Linux. I do not see anything wrong by adding arm to the list of supported architectures, if package can be build on ARM and works on it (mosh actually works without any issues). I maintain couple of packages in AUR with arm architecture added and I do not see any side effect of this - for major people who do not use ARM it won't change anything, but for couple of ARM users you will make life a bit easier. It's up to you, anyway - this is just my two cents.