PuTTY Helper

PuTTY is a free implementation of Telnet and SSH for Win32 and Unix platforms along with an xterm terminal emulator. It is one of my must-have utilities that I use when administrating Unix boxes. If you are using PuTTY on Windows you should check out PuTTY Session Manager. It is a utility that acts as a 'Launcher' for PuTTY sessions. It reads your configured saved sessions and allows you to organize them into folders and launch multiple PuTTY sessions at once. You can download the latest version of PuTTY Session Manager here:

Stealth subversion install - access over SSH...

Want to use SubVersion but only have access to a box via SSH? Maybe you've got a cheap web hosting account and the host hasn't gotten with the program to officially offer SubVersion as a feature? This post outlines a way to install SubVersion server and have your client access the repositories via SSH. Pros:
  • If you've got SSH access and rights to compile some code, you can get SubVersion running. I was able to do this on a cheap account.
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