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Common terminal tools, ported from debian, ubuntu from sources. Install only from repository, may require additional dependencies.

MOSH was a user defined distribution channel for mobile content initiated by Nokia. The name "MOSH" comes from "Mobilize and Share".

The channel can be used to both download and upload various content for mobile phones or other platforms. File types that are handled are: audio, images, applications, games, videos, documents.

A person can create an account on MOSH that comes with the following stats: creator (for content created by that person), collector (for the number of objects added to the collection in the account) and sharer (for uploading files that are not necessarily the work of that person).[1]

MOSH was launched by Nokia in August 2007 and remained in Beta up until its closure.


Application versions: 
File mosh_1.2.2-0rzr1_armel.deb382.43 KB04/03/2014 - 23:43

mosh (1.2.2-0~rzr1) UNRELEASED; urgency=low

* New upstream release


ajalkane's picture

The description for this package is totally off.

This package has nothing to do with Nokia's MOSH.

Anyway thanks for uploading it, seems to work great.

Correct description:

Mobile shell that supports roaming and intelligent local echo
Mosh is a remote terminal application that supports:
- intermittent network connectivity,
- roaming to different IP address without dropping the connection, and
- intelligent local echo and line editing to reduce the effects
of "network lag" on high-latency connections.