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@tomasz torcz@ax0n@stephane @tom buskeyAs always, ...

2008-03-19T08:44:00.000-07:00

@tomasz torcz
@ax0n
@stephane
@tom buskey

As always, I appreciate the input which really adds to the discussion.

Stephane,

I'll check out the link. Thanks.

Roy



If you're running windows. putty or OpenSSH from w...

2008-03-17T10:44:00.000-07:00

If you're running windows. putty or OpenSSH from within Cygwin

Java ME use midssh

MacOSX, Solaris, Linux, etc use OpenSSH. putty is also available on Linux at least. OpenSSH is bundled in Solaris 10



Hello Roy,There's an excellent SSH client for Wind...

2008-03-16T12:55:00.000-07:00

Hello Roy,

There's an excellent SSH client for Windows : PuTTY (http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/)

It has everything, is free, and I don't believe that its licensing is restrictive.

Stephane



TeraTerm is one of my favorites, but mostly becaus...

2008-03-16T11:14:00.000-07:00

TeraTerm is one of my favorites, but mostly because it was a decent win32 terminal emulator for MODEM use in the 90s. There's since been an SSH component added to it (I think as a DLL Plug-in) which works.

At work, however, I rely on PuTTY on my Windows workstation. Fortunately, they also give us SunRay terminals which I find much more pleasant for day-to-day sysadmin work.



putty

2008-03-16T07:40:00.000-07:00

putty