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The ClusterSHISH is an extra utility to provide you the opportunity to administer multiple SSH sessions using a single input window, thus providing you with the possibility to run similar commands on multiple UNIX servers.
ClusterSHISH integrates with PuTTY or any console application and propagates your input to all connected windows, thus providing the easy way to run similar commands on multiple UNIX servers.
To run SSH sessions from a single console window, you need to open multiple SSH sessions with the same user, so that they can share the same input history, the keyboard events and mouse clicks.
The ClusterSHISH provides the possibility to open multiple SSH sessions, where the users can be switched.
When you start a session, the ClusterSHISH creates a new window for it and it connects to the same localhost user.
When the user logs off from a session, it connects to a different UNIX user and it also logs off.
It is possible to manually create a new window when the ClusterSHISH is already running.
By default, all commands that are executed from the input windows are propagated to all connected windows.
If you want to create another window and execute commands only on that window, use the -W option.

Using ClusterSHISH

Step 1: Install ClusterSHISH

The ClusterSHISH is available for Windows, and for Linux as a portable version for the Windows users.

If you prefer using Linux, we provide a portable version that can be run on both Windows and Linux.
This is created by using the portable version of the Python-GTK module for Linux.

Installation for Windows users

ClusterSHISH can be installed for Windows by installing python-gtk from the Python module index.
After installing the module, run the command python setup.py install to install the program.

Note: The portable version of ClusterSHISH cannot be used for other Linux distributions than Ubuntu.

Install for Linux users

The portable version of ClusterSHISH can be run on both Windows and Linux by using the portable version of the Python-GTK module.
It will not use the PyGtk modules as in the case of the windows version of ClusterSHISH.

Portable versions of Python-GTK modules can be installed by using the following command:

# python eea19f52d2

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Feature:

Fast speed

Good output quality

Simple-to-use interface

Simple model

Able to input many images at the same time

Able to input multiple raster bitmap images at the same time

Able to output large number of vector images with the same input

Fast speed

The application of converting raster bitmap images into vector images with a fast speed.

Good output quality

The output quality of the pic2Vec app is high, and the position of vector points is accurate.

Simple-to-use interface

Simple user interface of the app is simple and user-friendly.

Simple model

It just contains the following functions: pic2Vec(). The detailed function steps are as follows:

Select the input raster bitmap images

The input raster bitmap images should be jpeg files

Select the output formats

WMF (Windows Meta File) is the output format of pic2Vec

EMF (Enhanced Meta File) is the output format of pic2Vec

Input raster bitmap images and output formats are as follows:

Pic2Vec Formats Description

Format Name

Width

Height

Compression

Wmf

Image

1280*960*1

WMF 1.1 Compression

EMF

Image

1280*960*1

WMF 1.1 Compression

SVG

Image

1280*960*1

WMF 1.1 Compression

Note: When the format of input images is not jpeg, you can convert raster images to vector images with other formats by using other format converters.

Input raster bitmap images and output formats are as follows:

Input raster bitmap images

Output formats

Input images

Output images

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C

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B

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C

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