[ALUG] SSH clients

Laurie Brown laurie at brownowl.com
Mon Jun 12 11:24:12 BST 2017

On 12/06/17 11:20, Mark Rogers wrote:
> On 10 June 2017 at 22:22, Huge <huge at huge.org.uk> wrote:
>> On Fri, 2017-06-09 at 13:41 +0100, Mark Rogers wrote:
>>> Usually I just SSH directly from my terminal, but that's not a great
>>> way to keep track of server IP addresses and keys etc.
>>> So, what do others do?
>> PuTTY.
> So two votes for PuTTY, which I have used a lot in the past on Windows
> (and indeed still do) but didn't realise was cross-platform. (I always
> liked that it was called PuTTY because it was for securing
> [w|W]indows...)
> So I installed PuTTY last week on my Linux box to try, and whilst it
> is certainly familiar it seems (at least on Ubuntu/Unity) to be weaker
> than its Windows sibling, but I'll persevere if its the best option.

I'm running it on Mint Cinnamon, and I really don't see what you mean by
"weaker" at all. Unless my memory is failing, I can't see any difference...

Cheers, Laurie.
                               Laurie Brown
                           laurie at brownowl.com

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