Is there a website where I can use the bash shell with support for xwindows, e.g. so that I can
ssh -Y into my Linux desktop?
Apparently HTML5 enables your browser to be used as a terminal, and this is available in the Chrome web-app secure-shell.
It is described in the FAQ as similar to Putty, but embedded in your browser:
It is intended to be fast enough and correct enough to compete with native terminals such as xterm, gnome-terminal, konsole and Terminal.app.
hterm is only a terminal emulator. It does not provide SSH access (or any other text-based command) on its own.
This is even better than any of my previously posted solutions, any of which answered the OP.
- Old answer below
Here is a CW list of options:
Web based SSH apps
consoleFISH is probably closest to what you are looking for
This doesn't give a great answer because it is not secure, but there is a way to access a live ubuntu session using the weblive interface.
Perhaps the software that runs this, nomachine has a solution.
Another option is to install R-studio server, on a desktop or server (binaries available for Ubuntu > 10.04 or Debian > 6).
Rstudio can be accessed at
http://localhost:8787 and provides access to a shell terminal; Ctrl + Shift + H or
Tools > Shell
You can also just use tightVNC