DaRemote supports legacy
PEM and the default private key/public key file format after
OpenSSH v7.8. Other unsupported file formats need to be converted to such formats.
If the private key file cannot be selected in the file picker UI, remove the file extension and try again.
You can also generate key pairs directly in the app and deploy the keys to the server.
The database can be exported to the
/storage/emulated/0/Documents/daremote directory along with the current settings.
On Android 11+ systems, the exported database file may not be visible on the
import page due to
read and write access restrictions. If this is the case, click the
choose button in the top right and navigate to the path in the pop-up app to select the db file.
On the Overview page, click on
USERS of the server to switch the
CPU temperature display.
If the temperature display shows “-“, it means that thermal files was not found on the server. You can run the following cammand in the server to check:
In general, the thermal files can be found in the
/sys/class/thermal/thermal_zone*/ path. If the
temp file exists but there is still no CPU temperature displayed in DaRemote, please send me the output of
cat /sys/class/thermal/thermal_zone*/type. If you find them in a different path, please kindly share the path with me.
If there is no thermal files on your OS, you still can install the
im-sensors software on the server, as
DaRemote v3.1.0 onwards supports temperature querying through the “sensors” command.
In the server list screen, click the label name of the server on the left to go directly to
Terminal Emulator, and click the server version type on the right to go directly to
- Add a host with docker containers running
- Change the os-type to Docker
- Click the
Find Containersbutton to find the running containers
- Select the containers your want to add to
DaRemote(multiple selection supported)
- Click the
Unlike adding Docker containers to the main page as described above, the details page will display all created containers and allow you to control their running status.
- Select a server that has
Docker containerson the main page.
- Tap on any of the
Networkicon to enter the details page.
- Wait for the fifth small dot to appear next to the title.
- Scroll to the end to see the list of Docker containers.
If there are a lot of containers on the server, it may take a long time to display. If it doesn’t show up for a long time, try entering the details page again.
- Enable the
Log to Filesetting in the side panel
- Click the
RUNbutton of the server or container.
- Do your operations untile all errors are saved to the log file.
- Go back to the
Feedbackpage, click the log file and check the content.