The STFU-Android-Application lets you control the audio volume of your computer.
- SSH-Server (with Public key authentication enabled)
- Android 2.2 or higher
First, install the STFU-Android-Application.
Then generate a key-pair on your pc
Do not safe them in your ~/.ssh/ directory!
Safe them somewhere else (e.g. /tmp/id_rsa). Also, do not use a passphrase.
Generating public/private rsa key pair. Enter file in which to save the key (/home/rainer/.ssh/id_rsa): /tmp/id_rsa
Then add the generated public-key to the list auf authorized keys:
cat /tmp/id_rsa.pub >> ~/.ssh/authorized_keys
Next, create a folder on the sdcard of your Android phone called STFU.
You can do this while the phone is plugged to the computer.
Copy the key-pair (id_rsa and id_rsa.pub) in it.
STFU should now work.
- I wrote this programm in first line for myself, so the gui (and performance and more) is improvable. I know that.
- STFU works with IPV6. You can try it out but be sure to have a IPV6 address (see IPV6 Status).
- If you are unfamiliar with SSH, you should try to get SSH to work with Public key authentication first before you try it with this application.
- Be patient while using the control buttons. Sending the SSH-command takes its time.
- Errors, Support etc to: email@example.com
Source Code is available at Github