Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 October 2011 03:02 Written by Richi González Tuesday, 22 March 2011 08:43
I will show you how you can directly browse your website’s files via SSH. I grabbed this article idea from a thread I saw in the Arvixe Forum. I use Ubuntu’s terminal to stablish the SSH connection. If you are on Windows, you can use PuTTY or any other SSH client (read more in step number one).
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Last Updated on Saturday, 12 September 2009 06:20 Written by Shai Ben-Naphtali Friday, 11 September 2009 03:57
This is going to be a miniature “howto” tunnel X over SSH. It was tested on a Windows XP Pro. w/SP3 and CentOS release 4.8 (Final).
I really love PuTTY: a free telnet/ssh client but running it on as many instances as I need, just doesn’t cut it. So I gave PuTTY Connection Manager (aka: PCM) a try, but that software wasn’t stable enough, slow and didn’t have the usability of working Linux vs. Linux as I wanted.
What I was looking for, working on Windows, not installing heavy doses of Cygwin or its alternative, and keep it simple as I can. The solution I was thinking about, was using PuTTY to SSH to my Linux box, then open up Konsole (My favorite X terminal) and have it pop open on my Windows machine. How could would that be, ah!?Learn More