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PuTTY or xterm for Mac?

I am looking for software that is somewhat like putty for mac, does this exists?

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Since Putty emulates something that is already native on unix-like operating system just open the terminal and type ssh :) –  Jack Jul 23 '10 at 1:27
    
You can save SSH sessions in Terminal.app: dl.dropbox.com/u/65809/Screenshots/… –  Chris Serra Aug 29 '11 at 13:02
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Sure there is! God save opensource! You can have it at http://putty.darwinports.com/. Don't forget to install Xcode first...

Oh, there is JellyfisSSH too...

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Have you tried Terminal? Open your root volume(usually called Macintosh HD), then Applications, then Utilities, and then Terminal. From there, you can type 'ssh $REMOTE_HOST_NAME', without quotes and replacing $REMOTE_HOST_NAME with the system you want to connect to.

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I do use the installed terminal I am looking for that nice feature though of not having to type: ssh -l USENAME sub.site.com -p PORT –  Daniel Jul 23 '10 at 0:36
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Make an alias that already embeds parameters –  Jack Jul 23 '10 at 1:28
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Some people like GUI's you know –  TheLQ Jul 23 '10 at 4:14
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In addition to the other suggestions, you might also have a look at Meerkat (Not developed anymore, free to download)

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