[Cyberduck-trac] [Cyberduck] #5593: Open in terminal (SSH) :: make available to Windows port

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Wed Dec 28 06:38:06 CET 2011

#5593: Open in terminal (SSH) :: make available to Windows port
 Reporter:  marclaporte  |         Owner:  dkocher
     Type:  enhancement  |        Status:  closed
 Priority:  normal       |     Milestone:  4.0b10
Component:  sftp         |       Version:  4.0b8
 Severity:  normal       |    Resolution:  fixed
 Keywords:               |  Architecture:  Intel
 Platform:  Windows 7    |

Comment (by marclaporte):

 Replying to [comment:4 yla]:
 > In r8431.
 > By default Cyberduck looks for putty.exe in the user's home folder. To
 change the default search path you need to change the
 [wiki:help/en/howto/preferences#Windows hidden configuration option]
 `terminal.command.ssh` which specifies the location (including putty.exe)
 of putty.

 Cyberduck will start Putty indeed and put you in the right directory

 Public/Private key authentication works beautifully. But when using
 password authentication, it doesn't pass the password.

 Also, would you consider bundling putty.exe so users don't have to fiddle
 with this? (Like on Mac). Putty is licensed MIT.

 "In particular, note that the MIT licence is compatible with the GNU GPL.
 So if you want to incorporate PuTTY or pieces of PuTTY into a GPL program,
 there's no problem with that."


Ticket URL: <http://trac.cyberduck.ch/ticket/5593#comment:7>
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