There is no direct way like MobaXterm, however it can be achieved by installing cygwin and using a middleware between Putty and Cygwin shell like cygtermd.
More details can be found here.
It is not so direct to setup, though it only has to setup once.
You can't with Putty.
Putty is a remote terminal client. It just doesn't have the functionality to run a local shell. It connects to a remote system and runs the shell over there.
MobaXTerm can do it, but that is because is a not just a terminal client (like Putty), but also contains a build-in Cygwin shell with a lot of Linux commands. It is this shell that ...
I know this is an old question, but this fixed it for me:
Settings -> Window -> Colours -> Indicate bolded text by changing: (X) The font
Select The Font. It's defaulted to The colour I believe, and that didn't work for me.
Pinging is definitely not the same as SSH into a server.
A ping only means that the other side acknowledges an ICMP request. This could be done by a router, and not the SSH server itself even.
When it comes to SSH into a server, the server itself has to actually have SSH setup and configured properly before this can work. This means that its SSH deamon ...
Do something like this instead of pscp:
echo get /home/pi/data/*.csv %data%
echo rm /home/pi/data/*.csv
) | psftp @pi
Though this is not transitionally safe. If any file is created after get starts, but before rm, it will be deleted without being downloaded.
If you use WinSCP instead, you can use its get -delete command for ...
There is miniterm in Python that has filters, but you'll have to code Python classes as filters; see the source code of pyserial for examples:
For instance, it has:
"""ENTER sends CR+LF"""
def tx(self, text):
PuTTY supports that too. It just needs to be enabled. The feature is called "connection sharing".
To enable it:
go to Connection > SSH page
locate "Sharing an SSH connection between PuTTY tools" box
and check "Share SSH connection if possible"
The option needs to be enabled both in the "upstream" and "downstream" instance.
The arrow glyph is cut off because the selected font is monospaced and the arrow is wider than the letters in your font.
In Putty config, go to Window->Appearance and check the "Allow selection of variable-pitch fonts" box and try variable-width fonts such as Lucida Console. Putty actually seems to scale the glyphs to a fixed width rather than to allow ...
I use screen a lot, but I chose to automatically log all the console output to a file (by editing the .screenrc file in the home directory).
Then you can conveniently review or tail the file.
There are alternatives to screen such as tmux that may behave differently, but I don't have enough experience.
If you have error messages, the application generating ...
If you store your sessions in mobaxterm, you can easily add a change path in Advanced Settings / Execute command "cd /home/myuser/my/current/working/dir/now/" which will put you immediately to the suggested folder. Furthermore be sure that follow path feature is activated. If your target system is an AIX based server you need to add an pwd - not necessary in ...
I have found the solution I needed.
Basically, the AltGr+i, AltGr+q, etc. keystrokes on Windows produce different codes than on Linux. The solution is to modify the codes produced by the keystrokes. I used AutoHotkey for that purpose. Having installed AutoHotkey, I created a script my_win_autohotkey.ahk:
Indirectly related to the question -- just in case someone comes across the same problem:
At some point I started to receive the following errors when trying to run port forwarding
Event Log: Local port 2001 SOCKS dynamic forwarding failed: Network error: Permission denied
After struggling with that for a while, installed Bitwise SSH where the error ...
There is a lot of information missing from your question, so we'll go for a basic fault-seeking exercise.
There are two places where you need to look at the network:
the VirtualBox environment
the broadband access
First have a look at the VirtualBox environment. The easiest would be to put it in bridged mode. If you have another system on your network ...