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RE: [SLE] Windows ssh client recommendations (for yast2 use)
  • From: "VANTASSLE, GEORDON M (SBCSI)" <gv2385@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 7 May 2003 15:54:18 -0400
  • Message-id: <1FFE723C45371B46948FA414FDA153B1054F6CFC@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

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Load SuSE CD # 1 into your Windows box CD. Look for the Dos utils directory
(my CDs are at home, so I can't give you the exact path)

In that directory is PuTTY. It's a delightful SSH terminal with good
features. It's only CLI, not X.

I've even gotten many of my co-workers using it at the office! :)



> -----Original Message-----
> From: Greg Freemyer [mailto:freemyer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: Wednesday, May 07, 2003 2:52 PM
> To: SuSE Linux Support List - English
> Subject: [SLE] Windows ssh client recommendations (for yast2 use)
>
>
> I ssh from a windows box into SuSE boxes all the time.
>
> In general it works great.
>
> Running yast2 in terminal mode is the one exception.
>
> Does anyone know a ssh client (and terminal emulation) that
> lets the alt-x key sequences work and draws the screen
> graphics correctly?
>
> I mind it being commercial, but OSS would be better.
>
> Currently I use cygwin and ssh when I want to run yast2, but
> the graphics show as funky chars.
>
> I use "SecureCRT" in vt100 mode for my normal ssh access,
> but I don't know how to get alt-x type of keystrokes to be sent.
>
> TIA
> Greg
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>
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