Keep track of your SSH sessions in Gnome

In the past we discussed how to generate SSH keys on Windows using PuTTY and how to generate SSH keys on Linux using ssh-keygen, and now we see how you can track your SSH connections in Gnome.

SSHMenu is an gnome panel applet that allows you to configure ssh connections with different configurations. To install it:
sudo apt-get install sshmenu-gnome
Now execute following command to restart GNOME panel:
killall -9 gnome-panel
And now right click on any GNOME panel and add sshmenu GNOME applet.
You are done. 😉