Install

We are pleased to release our first official Beta Release of Wizard Assistant. Please Note: This will be a licensed possibly freemium based subscription model app when out of beta.

Download and installation instructions for Beta Release.


Linux installation instructions

Download the package for your distro.

Debian/Ubuntu:
Manual Installer link without automatic updates.
https://fbs.sh/wizardassistant/WizardAssistant/WizardAssistant.deb

To install via package manager with automatic updates for Ubuntu/Debian:

Install apt-transport-https if not already installed:

sudo apt-get install apt-transport-https

Then add the pgp key and repo:

wget -qO - https://fbs.sh/wizardassistant/WizardAssistant/public-key.gpg | sudo apt-key add -
echo 'deb [arch=amd64] https://fbs.sh/wizardassistant/WizardAssistant/deb stable main' | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/wizardassistant.list
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install wizardassistant

Arch Linux Install:
You can now install the app via the following commands:

curl -O https://fbs.sh/wizardassistant/WizardAssistant/public-key.gpg && sudo pacman-key --add public-key.gpg && sudo pacman-key --lsign-key D2A89B0FD1625C4CADD31655C62104C8C144D14B && rm public-key.gpg
echo -e '\n[WizardAssistant]\nServer = https://fbs.sh/wizardassistant/WizardAssistant/arch' | sudo tee -a /etc/pacman.conf
sudo pacman -Syu wizardassistant

If you already have the app installed, you can force an immediate update via:
sudo pacman -Syu --needed wizardassistant

You can also install without automatic updates by downloading:
https://fbs.sh/wizardassistant/WizardAssistant/WizardAssistant.pkg.tar.xz


RPM:

Fedora/Centos Linux Install:

You can now install the app via the following commands:

sudo rpm -v --import https://fbs.sh/wizardassistant/WizardAssistant/public-key.gpg
sudo dnf config-manager --add-repo https://fbs.sh/wizardassistant/WizardAssistant/rpm/WizardAssistant.repo
sudo dnf install wizardassistant

(On CentOS, replace ‘dnf’ by ‘yum’ and ‘dnf config-manager’ by ‘yum-config-manager’.)

sudo rpm -v --import https://fbs.sh/wizardassistant/WizardAssistant/public-key.gpg
sudo yum-config-manager --add-repo https://fbs.sh/wizardassistant/WizardAssistant/rpm/WizardAssistant.repo
sudo yum install wizardassistant

If you already have our app installed, you can force an immediate update via:

For Fedora, use:

sudo dnf upgrade wizardassistant --refresh

For CentOS, use:

sudo yum clean all && sudo yum upgrade wizardassistant

You can also install without automatic updates by downloading:
https://fbs.sh/wizardassistant/WizardAssistant/WizardAssistant.rpm


Mac:
Coming soon. Working on acquiring Mac to compile the app on.


After installation:

The ssh terminal central widget works with username/password and also the native ssh agent for Linux and the Putty pageant agent for Windows.

The Putty Installer with pageant can be installed by the download link below.
https://the.earth.li/~sgtatham/putty/latest/w64/putty-64bit-0.73-installer.msi

If you have not already converted your OpenSSH formatted keys to .ppk format you will need to do this via PuttyGen by importing the private key entering the pass and then exporting it in .ppk format. You will then need to add this .ppk to Pageant SSH agent.

It also supports 2FA ssh logins thanks like Duo and will prompt you via push or offer interactive prompt to choose how to auth.

It is a multi-tabbed terminal so clicking to the right of the existing tab will spawn a new tab just like it does in a browser. For more information about how that works see the PyPi link here. This portion of the app is opensource.

SSH Terminal Widget

Once you have logged into a server it will show like the below and be just like your typical ssh terminal.

You will then be able to start troubleshooting. See our User Guide for an explanation of how to use the app.