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Old 12-07-2001, 09:57 PM   #1
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ssh2, keymapping

Can anyone plz tell me where to obtain a ssh2 client for dos?
And is ssh2 the same as openssh-2.5 ... on linux? or do i need a linux client as well ...

also while im here can anyone tell me how to change the keymaps on a dos machine linked to linux ? i've changed the keymap on linux and loaded it - didn't change anything, and the ansi routines on the dos machine - didn't change anything. this is why i think its the "telnet" client ...

thanks in advance

Old 12-08-2001, 01:37 AM   #2
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The telnet client included with Windows is... well - lame. Do a google search for 'PuTTY ssh' and you should find

PuTTY is a great utility for telnet or SSH sessions with some good behavioral controls. Use it once and the comfy console will make your default telnet app obsolete.

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