[SATLUG] SSH Client Software Recommendations
bruce.dubbs at gmail.com
Wed Jan 14 12:21:01 CST 2015
Wow. Talk about overkill. Why would you want to install X and a vnc
client on a server just to get to a command line? On a centralized
development system where you may want to collaborate while developing a
gui application, a vnc is very useful. On a plain LAMP server, it's
*way* too much bloat. Perhaps if the server is Windows, then a vnc is a
reasonable solution, but windows is bloat virtually by definition.
Borries Demeler wrote:
> I have a couple of other suggestions I don't think anyone has mentioned
> yet. You should also take a look at a vnc solution (not virtual
> machine). VNC will serve the entire remote LAMP server's desktop
> (assuming you have X11 installed) to your windows desktop and let's you
> log into the remote machine as if it were your desktop.
> The other possibility a bit more heavyweight than putty and winscp is
> to install portions of cygwin, which gives you a native linux-like feel
> without a virtual machine on your client. The main advantage of cygwin
> over winscp for example is MUCH higher transfer speeds. Winscp is a dog.
> The good news is that you have a lot of good options here.
> On Tue, Jan 13, 2015 at 11:53:09PM -0600, Alan Lesmerises wrote:
>> I'm in the process of building a LAMP server that will be deployed
>> at a customer's facility, but I'll have to do some remote
>> administration (using SSH) as issues arise. Given that my primary
>> work computer runs Windows, I will have to be doing this using some
>> type of Windows-based client software.
>> I wanted to know if any of you have any recommendations in terms of
>> stability, ease of use, etc. I would also welcome any other
>> suggestions you might have regarding remote system administration,
>> such as things that I need be sure to take care of before handing it
>> over to the customer and leaving their site.
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