I am on a Windows machine. I SSH into a Linux machine using Putty. This works fine. However, I have a bunch of make commands I have to execute and move files around. So, I am trying to automate it. Part of the build I have to VNC into another Windows machine and run a make command there. Then when that is done I finish the build in Linux.
Is there a way that I can Telnet/SSH into that Linux machine so I can just send a couple make commands and continue the build process in Linux (I cannot install new software on that Windows machine)?
I just have a big long list of commands combined with
cmd1 && cmd2 && .. cmdn). I just want to be able to type a command to get into the Windows machine and then type a command to get out from inside Putty.