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ClusterTerminal (cterm) forwards all keystrokes from a master window to multiple slave windows. Use cterm as a method for performing ad hoc tasks, not as a substitute for automation frameworks.


pip3 install cterm

ClusterTerminal uses the built-in Terminal application of macOS.


The most common use case is controlling multiple SSH sessions simultaneously, like:

cterm ssh host1 host2

You might want to set up an alias in your ~/.bash_profile, like alias cssh="cterm ssh" and then just call it using cssh host1 host2. You don't have to, but it'll save you some time.

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