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Easy connections to remote machines

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An ssh/sshfs wrapper to improve your mind control over remote machines.

  • Establish an ssh multiplexed connection
  • Use it to mount remote directories of your choice in local path of your choices so you can access them as if there were on your machine
  • Open as many shells as you want
  • And more! Coming soon! I swear! Hopefully!


You will need ssh (OpenSSH >3.9 works, I have not tested anything else yet) and sshfs installed and in your path to use Neurax, install them anyway you want. Then install Neurax. Vanilla pip should work but I recommend pipx

pipx install neurax


  1. Create a config file (in TOML) for the host you want to connect to, see examples in examples/
  2. (optional) if you want to be able to use this config by name, add it as ~/.config/neurax/configs/some_name.toml (or the equivalent XDG Base directory on your machine)
  3. Connect by running neurax connect path/to/your/config.toml or neurax connect some_names if you followed step 2. Running this several times will open new shells through the same multiplexed connection, which will not close even if you exit the shell (so your mounts stay up)
  4. Disconnect by running neurax disconnect path/to/your/config/file. This closes the multiplexed connection. (Also works with a saved config name)

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