How To Install & use Putty in Ubuntu Linux

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19 Responses

  1. RoseHosting says:

    Nice post. But why would you need to install putty, it’s just a frontend for ssh. It’s much easier to use ssh from the command line.

    • Keith says:

      Hi. Putty is more than just ssh. A good use is to use the serial option to “console in” to cisco devices. It also has a great Rlogin option.

      • Cristian says:

        wondering if anyone can help. I am completely new at Ubuntu. Currently running Zorin Core and I’m trying to connect my cisco lab to my PC using puTTy using a Serial connection. Now when I select “Serial” , the “serial line” tab is automatically filled out: /dev/ttyS0.
        I hit open and get an error saying : Unable to open connection to :
        Unable to open serial port.
        What is it I need to do to make make that serial connection communicate with my client on the PC? Appreciate any help I can get.

  2. Tony Q. King says:

    How does one do a paste from the clipboard in Putty?
    Ctrl-V and Ctrl-Shift-V do not work.
    The Windows version of Putty has no problems with this.

  3. Muhammad Kamran says:

    That was the site fruitfull for me;-) I have easily installed putty on ubuntu 14 (32bit)

  4. jp says:

    ubuntu putty doesn’t allow ctrl+v because linux terminals don’t
    Press Ctrl and right click in your putty ui => Copy All

  5. NEKO BLACK says:

    in ubuntu with CTRL+shift +V

  6. Nadun says:

    Ubuntu Putty do not want to say to one Termianl Type

    ssh [email protected]

    For example – ssh [email protected]

  7. Magan abdi says:

    I can’t see My newly installed E1/T1 on wired network adapters on Ubuntu, but I can see it when hwinfo -short command issued, sorry i am new to linux/unix op systems, please help i need to give an ip address.
    Thanks

  8. Emmanuel Gordon says:

    Thanks. It worked.

  9. Muqorobin says:

    I am using ubuntu 16.04, but Can not login using putty. If I am using terminal, I can login normally. Do you have experience like that?

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