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- Silent connection from Win32 to Linux
October 25, 2005, 7:14 am
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a Linux firewall box.
The thing is I'd like to set up this connection completely transparent
for the user, without having to login (fixed using locally stored
rsa-key) and not displaying a terminal window,
I've tried using PuTTY but it doesn't seem to have this feature.
Can anyone recommend some other (freeware) SSH package that can handle
Re: Silent connection from Win32 to Linux
XP box to a Linux firewall. The thing is I'd like to do this "silently"
so that the connection is there transparent to the user, without having
to supply a password (solution: use rsa-identity stored locally) and
without seeing a terminal window or other window (such as a DOS command
I've tried to use PuTTY but it doesn't seem to have this feature. Plink
leaves a Command window running.
Is there any other product out there (GPL or freeware) that can handle
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