For windows, Putty looks good so far.
There is also Puttytel. Not sure what the difference is.
But both download as a .exe -- all you have to do is start it.
Now, however, comes the configuration nightmare.
The app wants a hostname. (It defaults to port 23.)
I can also choose one of raw/ssh/telnet.
So far, I've tried "ssh" and "telnet" with:
Both produce the error:
Unable to open connection.
Host does not exist.
(Specifying http protocol doesn't sound right, but what
then is the right protocol to specify? ssh? That doesn't
appear to work, either.)
Eric Armstrong wrote:
> Eugene Eric Kim wrote:
> > On Sun, 13 Aug 2000, Eric Armstrong wrote:
> > > You mentioned something about "sup", or somesuch, that will
> > > let me tunnel out from my fast connection here (behind Sun's
> > > firewall)?
> > Wasn't me. You can't ssh out of Sun? That bites.
> > People will need ssh to access the SourceForge site. You can find more
> > information at http://www.ssh.org/. I use the OpenSSH suite at
> > http://www.openssh.com/.
> Aha. The first address link has a link to a FAQ, and that
> FAQ has links to downloads. (The second site isn't working,
> at the moment.
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