On Tue, 1 Feb 2000, Sascha Lucky Luck allegedly said:
> Thus spoke Vinayak Risbud:
> > I want to connect a Windows based (such as WinNT or Win95) Telnet
> > Client, to Linux Telnet Server. Can any body tell me how to do
>> No, you don't. Use SSH, telnet is way too insecure. the server executable on the Linux box is called sshd - the package should contain a script to start it at system startup (actually Linux distros come with SSH AFAIK).
> For the windows boxes you'll need an SSH client - there are a few around, I can't remember the names at the moment.
Check http://www.linux.ie/tutorials/ssh.html for more info on SSH. About
the best windows ssh client seems to be putty.
OT Question: Is it possible to get a windows SSH client that supports
SSH2? Any client I've found can only handle SSH1.
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