Linux Tips: How to use Putty to connect to a Linux host (Figure)
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Article title: Linux Tips: How to use Putty to connect to a Linux host (figure ). Linux is a technology channel of the IT lab in China. Includes basic categories such as desktop applications, Linux system management, kernel research, embedded systems, and open source.
With the popularization of Linux applications on servers, Linux system management is increasingly dependent on remote management. Putty is one of the excellent remote logon tools.
Putty is a free telnet, rlogin, and ssh client on Windows 32, but its functions are not inferior to commercial telnet tools. It is very easy to use to remotely manage Linux. its main advantages are as follows:
◆ Completely free;
◆ Windows 9x, NT, and 2000 run very well;
◆ Full support for ssh1 and ssh2;
◆ No installation is required for the Green software. after downloading the software, create a shortcut on the desktop to use it;
◆ Small size, only 0.54 KB (beta );
◆ The operation is simple, and all operations are implemented in a control panel.
Putty official homepage is http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk /~ Sgtatham/putty /.
Download puttyto the machine and double-click putty.exe. the configuration interface of 1 is displayed. Select "Session" and enter the Host Name or IP address to be accessed in the "Host Name (or IP address)" input box, for example, server1 or 192.168.9.4. Port is different based on the protocol used. ssh uses 22 by default, telnet uses 23 by default, and rlogin uses 513 by default. Select the Protocol used in the "Protocol" radio bar, usually telnet or ssh, depending on the service provided by the server. In the "Saved Session" input column, enter the task name and click the "Save" button to Save the task configuration.
After the configuration is complete, click the "Open" button. on the logon page 2 displayed, you can use Putty to connect to the Linux host.
Putty has many practical methods and techniques to help you use Putty to log on to a Linux server.
1. Chinese input support
With the following settings, Putty supports Chinese input.
On the left side of the Putty configuration interface (1), select Window → Appearance, Font: change → ance on the right, and CHINESE_GB2312 as the character set.
Putty configuration page
2. color division display
Putty supports color-based display of directories, executable files, and common files.
Select "connection" on the left of the Putty configuration interface, and change the "terminal type string" radio bar on the right from the default "xterm" to "xterm-color ".
3. create a task shortcut
Putty can create a Windows shortcut for frequently accessed servers.
Select putty.exe first, right-click it, and send it to the desktop. Right-click the Putty shortcut on the desktop, and click "properties". in "shortcut> target", change "c: \ putty.exe" to "c: \ putty.exe @ mysession ". Here "mysession" is the name of the Saved task (Saved Session ).
4. copy and paste
In the Putty window, right-click and drag the object to be copied, and click the left mouse button to paste it.
Use Putty to log on
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