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    Default SSH frontend

    I want to use SSH with frontend.not command based.
    Like we use in windows to access servers.
    How can i do that.
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    Default Re: SSH frontend

    On Tue, 08 Jul 2008 05:06:03 GMT
    mmarif4u <mmarif4u@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> wrote:

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    > I want to use SSH with frontend.not command based.
    > Like we use in windows to access servers.
    > How can i do that.
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    Hi
    Install putty...
    http://software.opensuse.org/search and search on putty

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    Default Re: SSH frontend

    thanks for reply.
    I know putty.Let me clear more:
    In windows there is SSH secure shell,its something like ftp software to use for secure connection.
    I used it in windows.But i need it in suse now.
    Hope you understand what i am talking about.
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    Default Re: SSH frontend

    SSH is used from the command line, like this: ssh -l username server_hostname_or_IP

    There is a SSH-GUI around somewhere (sourceforge?). But are you wanting some kind of Windows admin tools (clients) on Linux?

    There is also a way of getting an X display over SSH, if you are connecting to another *nix server.

    Perhaps you could explain exactly what it is you want to do?
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    Default Re: SSH frontend

    thanks.
    Yah,sure i will explain more.
    I am currently using opensuse 11.0 ,there is a dedicated server for our client using debian. All the files (PHP and other stuff) are in /var/www/html/.If i use a common ftp software,it will not allow me to do uploading to that folder or downloading.
    In windows before i use SSH to access to /var/www/ folder.and update it according to needs.
    So now in suse i need some sort of software which act like ftp software but login as a secure user.and can access to other folders like home,var,usr etc.
    Hope i am clearing the things now.
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    Default Re: SSH frontend

    To add to buckesfeld suggestion, where you looking for WinSCP maybe?
    WinSCP :: Screenshots

    As other tip, bit offtopic but for those managing a Linux system from a Windows box, have a look here for a nice way to give it some extra kick :

    Xming & Putty - Manage Linux On Windows - openSUSE Forums
    Have a lot of fun!

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    Thanks magic for your valuable links.
    I appreciate it.
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    Default Re: SSH frontend

    On 07/08/2008 mmarif4u wrote:
    > In windows there is SSH secure shell,its something like ftp software
    > to use for secure connection.


    Try gFTP.

    Uwe

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    Thanks buckesfeld.
    This is what i want.it works like a charm.
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    Default Re: SSH frontend

    * mmarif4u wrote, On 07/08/2008 08:36 AM:
    > Thanks buckesfeld.
    > This is what i want.it works like a charm.


    Glad I could help. Hint: Check the bookmark function. *Very* handy.

    Uwe

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