Bash scripts for generating and viewing simplified SSH access-logs in a console.
My reason for creating sshlog (and consequently sshlog-list and sshlog-viewer) was to have an easily available command-line toolchain, capable of generating and viewing simplified SSH access-logs through a console (plain-text interface, usually SSH+Bash).
sshlog-list is used to generate a box-based, selectable list of the logs already present in the ssh-logs directory, when a log is selected, it pipes the selected list filename to sshlog-viewer.
sshlog-viewer is a box-based log-viewer interface. It prints the content from a given sshlog (from a datastream piped directly by sshlog, or given as a filename at the command-prompt or by sshlog-list). It then lets you flip through the sshlog-pages with the Page Up and Page Down keys. Press 'q' to quit (using less, if dialog is not installed) or spacebar/enter to press the "OK" button (using sshlog-viewer + dialog).