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Today, SSH is the most common protocol that allows you to quickly and safely connect to your servers for their configuration and other administrative tasks. In this article we will look at the popular PuTTY SSH client that allows you to manage servers based on Linux FreeBSD operating systems.

Tell us how to perform basic actions with the program, in this article we will not. And I propose to familiarize with the settings and functions that will help you work with PuTTY more effectively.

Increase the number of lines of the terminal

Often, as a result of some actions, a large amount of information is output to the console, and you need to scroll through it. However, the default settings limit the output to the last two hundred lines. To change this parameter, open the settings window, go to the Window category and change the Lines of scrollback parameter to an appropriate value, for example, 5000.

I took on hosting testing, on this tariff plan there was the possibility of access via SSH. Therefore, the first thing I decided to see is that yes as from the inside of the server. I fill in the settings in Putty, connect and voila instead of the normal window mc some letters, small squares and offset in one word krakozyabry. Understandably, it looks like something with the encoding SSH UTF Putty In order for the lines and stripes to be correctly displayed in Putty, it is necessary to set certain settings, in this case it helped me to install UTF-8

Putty-UTF-8

Sometimes they write that they also need to choose the font Lucida console (Western), install UTF-8 and set the pimp on Use font in both ANSI and OEM modes.

Phrases: UTF font for Putty, crocodiles in mc linux, squares and letter B offsets in the window.

Linux 31-31-31-31 2.6.18-194.26.1.el5.028stab079.2 1 SMP Fri Dec 17 19:25:15 MSK 2010 i686 GNU Linux

Ubuntu 10.10

Welcome to Ubuntu! Documentation: https://help.ubuntu.com/

No mail.

Last login: Fri Jun 10 04:50:35 2011 from h109-187-54-74.dyn.bashtel.ru

root 31-31-31-31: top show processes sorted by any column

Run the program RuTTY and enter:

login as: root

root@31.31.31.31’s password: Your password

Linux 31.31.31.31 2.6.18-194.26.1.el5.028stab079.2 1 SMP Fri Dec 17 19:25:15 MSK 2010 i686 GNU Linux

Ubuntu 10.10

Welcome to Ubuntu! Documentation: https://help.ubuntu.com/

No mail. Last login: Fri Jun 10 04:50:35 2011 from h109-187-54-74.dyn.bashtel.ru