Terminal (PuTTY)

Terminal (PuTTY)

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The Terminal connection based on PuTTY can be used to connect to remote computers using Telnet, Secure Shell (SSH) (incl. Tunneling support), RAW or rlogin. It can also be used to connect to devices using the Serial Port.

 

Dashboard

The Terminal Dashboard is shown in the Dashboard panel when you select a Terminal connection based on the PuTTY plugin in the Navigation panel. The dashboard will show files with the extension .log. Logging configuration can be found in Logging.

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Features

 

Dashboard Settings

To configure the application default settings for the included dashboard, open the Plugins Management and click on Dashboard for the Terminal plugin based on PuTTY.

To configure individual dashboard settings for a connection, use the Dashboard property page.

 

Plugin Settings

To configure the plugin settings, open the Plugins Management and click on Settings for the Terminal plugin based on PuTTY:

 

Executable:

Specify your own PuTTY executable. If no executable is specified or if the configured executable cannot be found, the PuTTY.exe included in Royal TS will be used.

 

Registry Base Path:

Enter the registry base path without the hive.

For KiTTY use: Software\9bis.com\KiTTY

Leave empty for the default PuTTY base path: Software\SimonTatham\PuTTY

 

Window Title Match:

Enter the window title Royal TS should look for to identify the session window.

For KiTTY use: - KiTTY

Leave empty for the default PuTTY window title match: - PuTTY

 

Connection Properties

The Terminal (PuTTY) Properties dialog is shown: