> Remote control Ubuntu server with android
Remote control Ubuntu server with android
There are two little programs I like to use. The first is called ConnectBot, which allows you to say into your remote machine
The second which is capped ServerAssistant, will allow you to save settings for multiple servers. From within ServerAssistant you can launch an ash session in ConnectBot, but it also allows you to save commands for the different servers you have added to the program. It comes with a standard command called status, which allows you to see if the server is up and running and some other stats.
Some useful commands could be something like:
- Start SABnzbd+ if it is not running.
- Update your XBMC video library. This assumes you have the HTTP API enabled on XBMC.
wget -q --delete-after "http://<XBMCIP>:<XBMCPORT>/xbmcCmds/xbmcHttp?command=ExecBuiltIn¶meter=XBMC.updatelibrary(video)" > /dev/null 2>&1