[plug] putty for Red Hat Linux 7.3

Craig Ringer craig at postnewspapers.com.au
Tue Apr 13 17:53:28 WST 2004

On Tue, 2004-04-13 at 17:42, Craig Ringer wrote:

> Script will do the job nicely. Just run `script`, then the commands you
> want to log, then 'exit' or ^D to end the logging session.

Here's an example that should show you some of the things you can do.

Others have since corrected me about PuTTY, though - apparently it's
been ported natively. So feel free to use that instead. Personally I
find openssh much more flexible and generally handy, though.

Craig Ringer
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Script started on Tue Apr 13 17:50:32 2004
s]0;craig at bucket:~[craig at bucket craig]$ sssh h wwwpost
Linux www 2.2.17 #1 Sun Jun 25 09:24:41 EST 2000 i686 unknown
No mail.
Last login: Tue Apr 13 18:17:59 2004 from access.postnewspapers.com.au
]0;craig at www.postnewspapers.com.au]1;wwwcraig at www:~$ ls
Mail                     chkrootkit          html.tgz       sendmsg
analog_combined.html     classifications.pl  id_rsa.pub     sendmsg_pin
analog_combined.html.gz  classifieds         identity.pub   shots
backups                  dead.letter         nmap.log       submit_classie.cgi
build                    document.zip        pdf_site.tgz   test2
cacert.pem               home.shtml          post_info.tar  tmp
cainst                   homes.shtml.tar     public_html    xerox.ppd
craig at www:~$ logout
Connection to www.postnewspapers.com.au closed.
]0;craig at bucket:~[craig at bucket craig]$ scp dosccs.szxw wwwpost:

docs.sxw               0% |                             |     0       --:-- ETA
docs.sxw             100% |*****************************|  6916       00:00    
]0;craig at bucket:~[craig at bucket craig]$ rssh docs.ssxw wwwwwpost rm docs.sxw
]0;craig at bucket:~[craig at bucket craig]$ echo "beep" | ssh wwwpost 'cat > beep.outfile'
]0;craig at bucket:~[craig at bucket craig]$ ssh wwwpost cat outfile
]0;craig at bucket:~[craig at bucket craig]$ exit

Script done on Tue Apr 13 17:51:38 2004

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