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I'm trying to automate PuTTY using batch file. I am able to run serial session but I need to set up two additional things:

  • Terminal -> Local echo: Force on;
  • Terminal -> Local line editing: Force on

I have no idea what command would allow me to do that.

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There's no command-line switch for that, if that's what you ask for.

All you can do is to configure a "saved session" and open that from your batch file.

You can, of course, create a temporary "saved session" from the batch file.

These questions show how:

  • Thanks for an answer Martin. is there a way to automate saved session configuration, where I set the echo and line editing by command and then open that session? – Michal Mar 14 '18 at 10:06
  • Yes, that's what my answer shows, isn't it? Do want to know what specific registry entries to set? Just save the settings in PuTTY GUI and check what changes in registry. – Martin Prikryl Mar 14 '18 at 10:43
  • got it. thanks I have one more issue: putty.exe -load asic -m commands.txt it doesn't input content of commands.txt to putty unfortunately. I saw a different topic on that but proposed solutions don't work either – Michal Mar 14 '18 at 13:08
  • And indeed the -m does not work with serial connection, only with SSH. For solution, see stackoverflow.com/q/30826002/850848 – Martin Prikryl Mar 14 '18 at 13:13
  • Thanks again Marin. It seems kinda working. How would I insert more than one command (commands differ in length and should be sent by pressing ENTER) – Michal Mar 14 '18 at 14:06

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