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January 11, 2008, 5:25 pm
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sent, then waits forever for confirmation that does not come, and the
post does not get sent. I have to send through google groups because
of this for the time being. Please excuse me for this.)
I used to have a shortcut setup on my XP machine that would connect to
my Linux box with ssh and when the term window opened up, it would ask
for my password, like this:
Then I would enter my password and be in the system. I did this by
making a windows shortcut that points to the saved session name like
"I:\Program Files\Putty\putty.exe" -load "Ohmster"
My computer crashed and now I cannot seem to recreate this behavior.
When I try doing it now, I am asked who to log in as, this is what
login as: ohmster
Last login: Fri Jan 11 12:07:02 2008 from missy
Now I have to put my name as to who I want to log in as, then I can
put in the password. I liked it better when I would just be asked for
ohmster's password. Does anyone know how to make putty login via
shortcut in windows to a Linux machine where it knows who you are
already and only asks for the password?
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