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Old 02-03-2011, 11:10 PM   #1
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Logging into Linux sshd server from Windows using Putty via a script.


I too was trying for the same and tried out the method you had suggested. Its the same reult. The putty session just dissappears..

Can you please help me and let me know how to solve this issue and how to list the directory...

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Even I need the same. can some one help us on this..

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The original thread is years old and the topic is Windows and not Linux Networking. I have moved your two recent posts to General were they will have better exposure. I tried to restate the problem presented in the earlier posts in a descriptive title.


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