PuTTY Download PageHome | FAQ | Feedback | Licence | Updates | Mirrors | Keys | Links | Team Download: Stable · Snapshot | Docs | Changes | Wishlist PuTTY is a free implementation of SSH and Telnet for Windows and Unix platforms, along with an xterm terminal emulator. It is written and maintained primarily by Simon Tatham. The latest version is 0.70. Download it here. LEGAL WARNING: Use of PuTTY, PSCP, PSFTP and Plink is illegal in countries where encryption is outlawed. Use of the Telnet-only binary (PuTTYtel) is unrestricted by any cryptography laws. Latest news 2017-07-08 PuTTY 0.70 released, containing security and bug fixes PuTTY 0.70, released today, fixes further problems with Windows DLL hijacking, and also fixes a small number of bugs in 0.69, including broken printing support and Unicode keyboard input on Windows. 2017-04-29 PuTTY 0.69 released, containing security and bug fixes 2017-02-21 PuTTY 0.68 released, containing ECC, a 64-bit build, and security fixes We've also redesigned our website. Site map
Quick Unix ReferenceUnix Help 1 Log In Session 1.1 Log In Enter username at login: prompt. Be carefull - Unix is case sensitive. Enter password at password: prompt. 1.2 Change Password passwd 1.3 Log Out logout or exit 2 File System 2.1 Create a File cat > file Enter text and end with ctrl-D vi file Edit file using the vi editor 2.2 Make a Directory mkdir directory-name 2.3 Display File Contents cat file display contents of file more file display contents of file one screenfull at a time. view file a read only version of vi. less file similar to, but more powerfull than more. 2.4 Comparing Files diff file1 file2 line by comparison cmp file1 file2 byte by byte comparison 2.5 Changing Access Modes chmod mode file1 file2 ...chmod -R mode dir (changes all files in dir ) Mode Settings u user (owner) g group o other + add permission - remove permission r read w write x execute Example: chmod go+rwx public.html adds read, write, and execute permissions for group and other on public.html. 2.8 Copy Files simple: ?