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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • The Windows analogue to SSH is Terminal Service.

    PuTTY [greenend.org.uk] is a FLOSS SSH (including SCP and SFTP) implementation for Windows, with a particularly nice Windows-compatible SSH Agent implementation. (Users moving to Linux desktops keep asking why the SSH-Agent doesn't work as nicely under X-Windows as PAgeant!)

    (PuTTY even supports Win32 on Alpha.)

    --
    Bill
    # I had a sig when sigs were cool
    use Sig;
    • Oh, I know about plink, pscp and all, but it doesn't fulfill the same role as SSH does on Unix; you can't remotely control a windows machine from the shell. You need a GUI to do interesting stuff on Windows. Hence TS <=> SSH.
      • Oh, in that sense. Yeah, TS and a few other virtualizers let you view the GUI remotely. The structure of Xwindows lets point of execution and point of display wander separately in the Unix/X universe, in ways that Windows can't.

        SSH rocks because the commandline rocks. ;-)

        Bill
        --
        Bill
        # I had a sig when sigs were cool
        use Sig;