New Update: antman 0.5.0
Your antman is now hidden behind a secure login form. The default credentials are user root and password antsle. You can change your password, which will also change the password for ssh access.
You can now set an autostart feature for individual antlets. That way, they will get started automatically every time your antsle starts up.
You can now ssh into your antlets directly from your PC, Mac or Linux workstation, without having to ssh into antsle first. Use e.g. “ssh -p 22017 email@example.com” to ssh directly into antlet 17.
Access your antsle, or individual antlets, from clients like FileZilla. Use these credentials in FileZilla’s QuickConnect: Host: sftp://myantsle.local Username: root Password: [the password of your antlet, mostly antsle as default] Port: 22 (for antsle itself), 22018 for antlet 18, ...
We’re cleaning up the known_hosts entry for you (on the antsle) when you delete an antlet. That way, you can create a new antlet reusing the same IP address without getting annoying ssh error messages.
Created an antlet and want to change the RAM assignment later? Or the autostart flag? No problem! Just click on the antlet name and edit its properties.
From the new settings menu in the top right corner, you can now shutdown or restart your antsle right from the antman GUI.
When you hover over a template in the "Manage Templates" window, you now see the information on when it was created and from what snapshot, if any.
Have a stray antlet that won't respond or shutdown? You can now force quit it.
Improved error messages, bug fixes.
1. Login to your antsle via ssh: ssh firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Download the upgrade script using this command: wget -N http://central.antsle.com/antman-releases/0.5.0/amanupd-0.5.0
3. Make the script executable: chmod a+x amanupd-0.5.0
4. Run the update script: ./amanupd-0.5.0
5. Point your browser to http://myantsle.local and hit the browser's reload button. Enjoy using the new antman!
6. Here's what it looks like:
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