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SSH clients

#61
I'm using:
  • Mac Terminal on my OS X
  • MTerminal on the jailbroken iPhone

Both liteweight apps, but does their job.
#62
I use Putty or WinSCP for windows, JuiceSSH  for Android. I like WinSCP becouse it can connect over ssh sftp and scp and becouse it is easy to edit files and change file premissions.
#63
I use the firefox and chrome extension "firessh" because of its extremely easy installation and highlight copying.
#64
I'm completely into putty it works very well and is easy to set-up
#65
I use the OpenSSH SSH client that ships with just about every major Linux and Unix/Unix-variant distribution. Sure, it doesn't support ZMODEM transfers, but it's free and open-source. I don't need any GUI because terminal stuff, in my opinion, belongs in the terminal. On Windows, however, PuTTy used to be my go-to until maybe ten years ago. Afterwards, I simply used the OpenSSH client ported with Cygwin.
#66
You can use terminal for very basic VPS management but it's made more for local network management.
#67
If you can't stand the terminal, the only way to do things via a GUI requires a reverse X11 connection. (Note: A reverse X11 connection is but one example; it works on most Linux, Unix, and Unix-variant distributions if properly configured.)
#68
Putty and File zilla console Biggrin
#69
Honestly, I use Linux subsystem for windows. This allows you to have ssh features directly on you console.

But I don't think it's available for windows builds yet, it was a feature on Windows Insider.
#70
PUTTY is by far the best tool for the job. It has all the relevent protocols and ports and are very easy to use. It works for me since I only use the console.
#71
putty for windows is the best alternative
#72
For Linux, I just use "ssh user@xxx.xxx "
#73
I am using Putty all the time for connecting to a server on my network and it works great!
For transferring files i use: Winscp
https://winscp.net/eng/index.php

when I want to connect by ssh just for few minuets I am using the ssh client that installed on my linux. (openssh-client)

In windows i am using the ssh that i got from installing git :)

I am currently not using FTP, but i can use total-commander or filezilla (firefox extention) (in the past i was using flashfxp)

Oh and BTW, if you will start using ssh-keys you wont have to enter the password when connecting to the server.
#74
I mainly use Putty. I love how simple it is :)
#75
If i were you, i would use Putty in windows and opens
Sh client on linux ( via the comand line)
#76
I use putty till now. I think that it's security feature that we have to add password every time and second thing is that it's ultra light weight(in KB's!)
#77
I recommend KiTTY (PuTTY Fork) on windows, JuiceSSH on Android and default SSH on Linux / *NIX
#78
I use putty because it's very similar with my colleagues linux terminal
#79
Linux terminal is pretty good for this purpose. On my PC installed Windows so I use Ubuntu Bash (analog of terminal for windows). It works perfect and without additional settings.
#80
I used linux terminal but after I enter my ssh command the terminal doesnt do anything.
What GUI for ssh would you recommend?
#81
(01-22-2017, 10:11 AM)leeterthanu Wrote: I used linux terminal but after I enter my ssh command the terminal doesnt do anything.
What GUI for ssh would you recommend?
Definitely PuTTY. One of the easiest tools from a Windows environment.
#82
I feel very well using BitVise. It comes with scp GUI so it ease the uploading process .

Also, as developer, sometime I can install pluggins for Managgin my servers from de IDE, I don't mind to use the integrated terminal....
#83
The SSH Clients I use:

Work: MobaXterm , PUTTY
Home: PUTTY, FireSSH
#84
Now I feel more savvy in the handling of the ssh connections thanks to you peoples and 1 book
I use putty for ubuntu and I am looking forward to use firessh
#85
NO thing
#86
I use putty, but it has no user management :/
#87
(02-01-2017, 03:47 PM)mamphis Wrote: I use putty, but it has no user management :/

Define what you mean by user management. I can recommend clients based on that.
#88
(02-01-2017, 04:57 PM)CHT Wrote:
(02-01-2017, 03:47 PM)mamphis Wrote: I use putty, but it has no user management :/

Define what you mean by user management. I can recommend clients based on that.

In PuTTy you can't save userinformation to login. In my company we use "Remote Desktop Manager" where you can save user-password-combinations for every computer you want to connect to.
#89
(02-02-2017, 07:40 AM)mamphis Wrote: In PuTTy you can't save userinformation to login. In my company we use "Remote Desktop Manager" where you can save user-password-combinations for every computer you want to connect to.

Remind me why you want to save your password in plaintext.
You could opt for a private cert using PuTTYgen instead and use that for log-in. PuTTY does allow for saving the username anyway, thus that combination would be really secure.
#90
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