I have a small local network that piggybacks on a captive WiFi, and I use ssh on OS X with -oServerAliveInterval=240 and PuTTY 0.62 on Windows 7 Professional for establishing connections to my Linode, ...
Trying to copy from Ubuntu Server to my Windows 7 machine. SSH'd into the server using Putty, navigated to the directory containing my file and ran the command: pscp -P 2222 FileToCopy.txt ...
On this particular server, it seems that it's configured somehow to close a session if there is no activity after a few minutes. I'm looking for a good way to prevent it from timing out via my setup ...
I have a strange problem: when I'm using putty ssh connecting to a linux server hosted in vmware on my local Windows-7, I often get the error saying "Network Error: Software caused connection abort" ...