What I'm trying to do: start a PuTTY session from the command line, login to remote machine and
cd to provided directory.
putty.exe -agent -ssh some.host
That will open a session & login with my default login name & private key.
echo cd /some/remote/path/ > c:/stuff/cmd.txt putty.exe -agent -ssh some.host -m 'c:/stuff/cmd.txt'
That will open a session, login, execute a command (
cd in this case) and exit.
How do I open a session, login,
cd and keep the session open?
Background: I use emacs under windows and often edit files on remote Unix machines using tramp & plink. I want to make a hotkey that opens a PuTTY session for that remote machine and chdirs to the directory of that file. Not a big deal on emacs side, but I'm stuck with PuTTY.