Re: New to Ubuntu Linux and PuTTY
- From: Unruh <unruh-spam@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 12 Jul 2006 21:29:26 GMT
Jacob Nevins <jacobn@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
The Professor told us we could use PuTTY or some other program and
while I can get it to work on my Windows OS, I'm not sure what to do
with the Unix files provided on the PuTTY website.
I assume your question relates to using an SSH _client_ on a Linux
If your client machine is running Ubuntu Linux, you shouldn't need to
download stuff from the PuTTY website, as there is a packaged version
available for Ubuntu, in the "universe" repository, for instance:
?? Why would you use putty on Ubuntu? You already have openssh installed,
but server and client.
Ie, do not use putty on the Linux side. Use ssh.
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