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In my WinXP I write a bat file to start the putty which is connected to my linux for development.

D:\PuTTY-v0.60\putty.exe username@192.168.190.34 -pw 123456

But I have to set the charset to utf-8 manually everytime when I do the login.I think it's quite a waste of time.So how can I do the setting more quickly?Thanks.

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You can use the -load option to load a saved session:

putty -load "my session"

You can set up your session once, setting everything you need to set and then just start it using the above way.

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That's nice.Thanks! – SpawnST Apr 3 '10 at 7:27

Open PuTTY without any arguments, change the charset settings, and save them into the "Default Session".

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good solution.thank you! – SpawnST Apr 4 '10 at 11:11

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