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I realise purists would say "use the command-line" but this is the age of Ubuntu and since I spend most of my time behind a proxy server I find it easier to configure and use PuTTY on Windows than configure ssh with connect.c

I also realise PuTTY is available on Linux but it seems to use some weird GUI widget set that is rather nasty to use.

So, is there a nice GtK front-end for ssh that I could download and use on Linux in Gnome?


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PuTTY is using GTK+ 1.2 –  el.pescado Apr 11 '10 at 20:00
I think he means everything is overdesigned, and "user-friendlified" by rounding off the sharp corners in linux that we used to have to think our way around. –  Xyon Jan 24 '14 at 17:15

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