Re: using putty on windows 2000 to connect to my linux box
Date: 22 Feb 2004 15:05:50 GMT
In comp.os.linux.misc Dances With Crows wrote:
> Um, you have to have sshd running. Herman: do "/etc/init.d/sshd start"
> as root, then try using PuTTY again.
Ok, I've assumed that he's aware that a ssh/telnet daemon should be
running on the Linux side and I should've been more explicit: There is
no _extra_ configuration necessary if you want to use putty as client.
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