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linux SSH software recommendations?

What ssh tools do you recommend?

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  • SmallWebSmallWeb Member, Provider

    What platform are you on? Your title made me think you are looking for an SSH software on linux but there's a default terminal so now I'm thinking you're on Windows perhaps?

    PuTTY

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  • mRemoteNG is quite useful for multiple connections, Bitvise SSH Client for a few extra bells and whistles, but I find mostly Putty does the job.

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  • WinSSHterm. Free (you donate) and it's the best after Xshell.

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  • ssh on MacOS and WSL (or you can enable ssh on Windows and use via CMD)

  • HakimHakim Member

    Using primarily Debian(WSL), sometimes windows cmd. All runs from Windows Terminal.

  • thedpthedp Member

    Termius on mobile and good ol’ PuTTY on Windows.

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  • Tony40Tony40 Member
    edited February 7

    On Windows ... old Putty is the king!

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  • dosaidosai Member

    Putty in Windows and Juicessh in android mobile.

  • Sometimes I use Windows Terminal, sometimes Hyper, both with pre installed openSSH on Windows 10

  • NekkiNekki Member

    I enjoy Termius on MacOS and iOS/PadOS.

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  • Termius on Mac. As a student you have the pro version 4 free.

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  • @xinzi3213 said:
    What ssh tools do you recommend?

    ssh is the standard recommendation.

    Any chance of making your question more precise?

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  • Mosh is the best.

  • Why not Terminal for Linux?

  • LittleCreekLittleCreek Member, Provider

    @thedp said:
    Termius on mobile and good ol’ PuTTY on Windows.

    I like Termius as well. Runs on mobile as you said and I use it on Windows and Mac. Its not free but it does sync all the hosts with all your devices.

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  • @dosai said:
    Putty in Windows and Juicessh in android mobile.

    JuiceSSH is great.
    I especially like its convenient keyboard, and the option to select one SSH session as a proxy of another SSH session.
    I dislike its identity management: some of my SSH servers have a different username but the same public key, but there isn't an easy way to clone an identity. I prefer being able to specify username independently from selecting a private key.
    A recent update in JuiceSSH changed to an uglier font.


    @Hotmarer said:
    ssh on MacOS and WSL (or you can enable ssh on Windows and use via CMD)

    I prefer the SSH from Git for Windows to the "OpenSSH Client" Windows feature.
    Last time I tried, the Windows SSH lacks ProxyCommand option, but git SSH has this option.


    @Nekki said:
    I enjoy Termius on MacOS and iOS/PadOS.

    I used Termius in the past but now they are requiring a login.
    I haven't found an alternative, and I hope I wouldn't be caught with only an iPhone and needing to access SSH servers.

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  • NekkiNekki Member

    @yoursunny said:

    @Nekki said:
    I enjoy Termius on MacOS and iOS/PadOS.

    I used Termius in the past but now they are requiring a login.
    I haven't found an alternative, and I hope I wouldn't be caught with only an iPhone and needing to access SSH servers.

    You can just skip the login bit.

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  • SuperPutty if you're cheap and SecureCRT if you don't mind paying.

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  • Switched over to Alacritty on Arch about a year ago and never looked back. Customizable and super fast. Love this terminal.

  • valkvalk Member

    Termius and Putty, sometimes when I'm on Linux, I'll just use the built-in OpenSSH client

  • Putty , MobaXterm and JuiceSSH

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  • Bitvise SSH Client

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  • MarcoooMarcooo Member, Provider
    edited February 8

    Ubuntu SSH on desktop and for phone i use JuiceSSH.

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  • Termius and MobaXterm. Putty isn't bad either.

  • Auto putty with putty and winscp. I dont use Android client yet.

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  • ProwHostProwHost Member, No Sales

    Hi,

    Putty, mRemoteNG

  • FYI windows now has ssh built-in....

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  • Using WSL with Ubuntu Distro in Windows.
    WSL + Hyper.is Terminal +ohmyzsh is amazing

  • PuTTY is great for me.

  • I currently use:

    • WSL2 (Windows Subsystem Linux)
    • Windows Terminal with WSL2 as default system (so easy to customize, so many features, really light and clean)

    I really like the work they made on Windows Terminal and that i can use a Linux env locally.

    In the past, i've been fan of:

    • MobaXTerm (kind of Linux system, based on cygwin)
    • Termius (not for that long cause of annoying bugs and not really ergonomic when you have to deal with multiple servers)
    • Hyper.is with WSL2 as default system (OMG this one was the best after Windows Terminal, cause like Windows Terminal you can customize it in a great way and it's light)

    On Linux i mostly use local terminal or i install Terminator (or go direct thru command line if no gui).
    On phone i use Prompt, because Panic FTW!
    On tablet i use iSH, because embedded Alpine Linux > all :D

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  • Used SecureCRT on Windows for about 20 years. Like the features and don't mind paying for it.

  • eriseris Member

    Terminal + Prompt all what you need

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