JetBrains Fleet 1.34 Help

Connect to a workspace

You can connect to a remote workspace from Fleet, or from a browser using the workspace URL.

From a browser

  1. In your browser, open the workspace URL.

  2. Give the permission for the browser to open JetBrains Toolbox. Wait until the connection is set up.

If JetBrains Fleet is already running, you can use the Join Session action.

From JetBrains Fleet

  1. Press ⌘ ⇧ K.

  2. Start typing Join Session and select the corresponding action when it appears in the suggestions.

    Searching for the Join Session action using the Go to popup
  3. Specify the workspace ID or URL and press .

    Entering the connection URL in the new window

    Wait until the connection is set up.

Connecting with SSH

You can establish an SSH connection to a remote machine, run the JetBrains Fleet backend on it, and work on your project remotely.

Creating an SSH connection

  1. To create an SSH connection, choose one of the following methods:

    • Open Tools and select Actions. On the Actions tab, type SSH and select Connect to SSH.

      Connect to SSH from tools
    • Click Workspaces and navigate to Connect to | SSH.

      Connect to SSH from workspaces
  2. Enter connection details in the following fields:

    • Host: enter the IP address of the machine where you plan to install and run JetBrains Fleet or where JetBrains Fleet is already running.

    • Port: specify the port of the machine you wish to connect to.

    • User: enter the name of your user.

    • Private key file: enter the path to your private SSH key file.

    Connecting with SSH
  3. Click Connect.

    Upon connecting, JetBrains Fleet uploads its backend to the host machine and initiates it there. If the backend is already installed, JetBrains Fleet will start it.

Last modified: 11 February 2024