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Hello, everyone! I'm looking for a standard SSH client for Linux. When I use Windows, I definitely use PuTTy. However, I want one for Linux besides command line-esque utilities. I ...
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    Linux Newbie harner's Avatar
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    Favorite SSH Client?


    Hello, everyone! I'm looking for a standard SSH client for Linux. When I use Windows, I definitely use PuTTy. However, I want one for Linux besides command line-esque utilities. I know PuTTy has a release for Linux but haven't gotten a chance to play with it, so I made this thread to question: What are some of your favorite SSH clients?

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    Konqueror with the "fish" extension ? To manage files on a remote server it is very useful.
    Easy to use as well, just type :
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    fish://username@server
    in konqueror address bar.
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    Wow, that is slick!
    Gone are the days when I would use one terminal to ssh into a remote machine and find files, and another terminal to scp the files to the local machine. Konqueror can do it all in one step!
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    I've always done it that way myself, now I'm gonna look for a fishlike app for thunar , I just used fish and konq on my wife's comp and that was handy!

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    I just use openssh and its associated utils.
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