[SOLVED] Which GUI for accessing another PC via SSH, similar to "putty" for Windooze ?
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Which GUI for accessing another PC via SSH, similar to "putty" for Windooze ?
I have 2 PCs I would like to access from one to the other. Is there any GUI which is recommended for making the ssh setup? (similar to "putty" which I already used for Windooze).
Is "reminna" a good choice? (for the PC with TinyCoreLinux).
For the target PC (Lubuntu 12.10), should I install the same?
Or is there any other recommendation?
The target PC will be used by a person who cannot use command lines for the dynamic-IP ssh setup. So, I search a GUI.
On Linux you usually don't need clients like Putty, but of course you can use them. Putty (and similar programs) are only clients, they don't have to be installed on the computer you are connecting to and they will not help you with solving the problems that are caused by dynamic IPs.