Run a command inside of remote-terminal-host, and connect to it using remote-terminal-client to control a app, like a Minecraft server, over SSH
Remote Terminal allows an interactive script to be accessed remotely, though it is recommended to use an SSH tunnel to keep the data private. For something like a Minecraft server, the server is a Java app that runs in a terminal, but only that specific terminal can access it. If you lose connection, then the server can only be communicated with in game. If you run the server with remote terminal as a wrapper, then you can connect to it later and control it, as long as the remote terminal server continues to run. This contains a basic username/password system, but it only md5's the password and compares the hash with the hash on the server.
remote-terminal-server -u JoshTheGeek -p your-password-here java -jar minecraft_server.jar &
ssh -fNL 8081:localhost:8081 user@serverAddressremote-terminal-client -u JoshTheGeek -p your-password-here --port=8081 localhost
That opens a tunnel to user@serverAddress, so port 8081 locally is securely transferred to port 8081 on serverAddress. Then the client connects to the remote terminal server through the tunnel. To kill the tunnel later, just