Mostly, I use SSH command to connect to my remote server. Unfortunately, today the power is gone and the Ethernet hub is turned off, so my SSH session was lost. What do you do if an important task is going on after losing your SSH session? Here is the simple tool called Tmux to keep […]
Fact: There is no Mosh client for windows. Cheer up!! But there is a workaround. Let me walk you through how to setup your own mosh client for windows. I request you to spend few minutes on “Mosh – A brief introduction” – at least on the ‘how to install’ & ‘usage’ part of it […]
After four long years, “Simon Tatham announced Tuesday the official release of PuTTY 0.61 after four years of development. It brings a number of bug fixes and improvements, such as GSSAPI SSH-2 authentication, significantly faster SSH key exchanges, and even support for Windows 7’s jump lists.
Modern mobile phones and PDAs have increasingly sophisticated data/internet connectivity. This is particularly great for browsing the web on the train, but it’s also good for keeping an eye on your servers while you’re out and about. (I once fixed my web server from the middle of a muddy field at the Glastonbury Festival, which […]