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PuTTY is a free implementation of SSH and Telnet for Windows and Unixplatforms, along with an xterm terminal emulator. It iswritten and maintained primarily bySimon Tatham.The latest version is 0.78.Download it here.LEGAL WARNING:Use of PuTTY, PSCP, PSFTP and Plink is illegal in countries whereencryption is outlawed. We believe it is legal to use PuTTY, PSCP,PSFTP and Plink in England and Wales and in many other countries, butwe are not lawyers, and so if in doubt you should seek legal advicebefore downloading it. You may find useful information atcryptolaw.org, which collectsinformation on cryptography laws in many countries, but wecan't vouch for its correctness.
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PuTTY is a free open source (MIT-licensed) Win32 Telnet console, network file transfer application, and SSH client. Various protocols like Telnet, SCP, and SSH are supported by PuTTY. It has the ability to connect to a serial port. See the How to Install PuTTY SSH for Windows knowledge base article for download and installation instructions.
Note: Verify that you have the pscp file included in your putty.exe folder, as this is responsible for uploading files. You should set your server upload permissions before you upload your files onto your server. Below is a list of PuTTY commands:
If there is a project that needs data logging and is in a remote location, setting up a static IP address is a good choice since it can be accessed anywhere, assuming the BeagleBone Black has an Ethernet connection or is connected with a WiFi dongle. Since it just requires an internet connection, it doesn't require the BeagleBone Black to be mounted, eliminating the need to download the drivers to the host computer. It should be noted that any faulty communication with the router can cause problems connecting.
It depends on whether you trust that PC. If you don't trust the public PC, don't use PuTTY on it, and don't use any other software you plan to type passwords into either. It might be watching your keystrokes, or it might tamper with the PuTTY binary you download. There is no program safe enough that you can run it on an actively malicious PC and get away with typing passwords into it.
If you do trust the PC, then it's probably OK to use PuTTY on it (but if you don't trust the network, then the PuTTY download might be tampered with, so it would be better to carry PuTTY with you on a floppy).
PuTTY will leave some Registry entries, and a random seed file, on the PC (see question A.5.2). If you are using PuTTY on a public PC, or somebody else's PC, you might want to clean these up when you leave. You can do that automatically, by running the command putty -cleanup. (Note that this only removes settings for the currently logged-in user on multi-user systems.)
Because you're not a member of the PuTTY core development team. The putty-bugs mailing list is not a general newsgroup-like discussion forum; it's a contact address for the core developers, and an internal mailing list for us to discuss things among ourselves. If we opened it up for everybody to subscribe to, it would turn into something more like a newsgroup and we would be completely overwhelmed by the volume of traffic. It's hard enough to keep up with the list as it is.
Therefore, to ask us to assume financial liability is to ask us to assume a risk of having to pay it out of our own personal pockets: out of the same budget from which we buy food and clothes and pay our rent. That's more than we're willing to give. We're already giving a lot of our spare time to developing software for free; if we had to pay our own money to do it as well, we'd start to wonder why we were bothering.
If what you want is an assurance that some current version of PuTTY which you've already downloaded will remain free, then you already have that assurance: it's called the PuTTY Licence. It grants you permission to use, distribute and copy the software to which it applies; once we've granted that permission (which we have), we can't just revoke it.
Xming X ServerXming is the leading X Window System Server for Microsoft Windows.It is fully featured, lean, fast, simple to install and because it is standalone native Windows, easily made portable (not needing a machine-specific installation or access to the Windows registry).Xming is totally secure when used with SSH and optionally includes an enhanced Plink SSH client and a portable PuTTY replacement package. Xming installers include executable code, and libraries, only built by me, Colin Harrison (Project Xming's chief developer) + this website is free of adverts, pop-ups and usage tracking of any kind, including cookies, and is hosted on machines only administered by me.Mesa with GLX, or Microsoft WGL, provide interactive OpenGL 2D and 3D network transparent graphics rendering.High performance Windows AIGLX is available for graphics cards that support hardware-accelerated OpenGL.PuTTY is Project Xming's preferred and integrated X terminal emulator for Microsoft Windows: superseding any requirement for a cumbersome POSIX API compatibility layer and simulated directory mount points.Xming is cross-compiled on Linux for Microsoft Windows, using MinGW-w64, mostly from canonical X.Org source code with my patches applied. It is kept current and secure with frequent updates from X.Org, XCB, XKB, FreeType, PThreads4W, Mesa, PuTTY and xorg group issues in freedesktop gitlab.Screenshots Xming -multiwindow mode on Windows 7 with five clients including a remote ParaView.XDMCP on one X serverand an xlogo X client onanother.XDMCP on one X server usedto access a remote Raspberry Piand a few clients on another.ReleasesLinks and release statusWebsite ReleasesVersionState/NotesReleasedMD5 signaturesSize MBXmingXming-x6126.96.36.199Website Release2 Feb 2023MD5 signatures6.717.08Xming-portablePuTTYXming-portablePuTTY-x6188.8.131.52Website Release2 Aug 2021MD5 signatures2.953.05See Donations for how to obtain a Donor Password.Public Domain ReleasesVersionState/NotesReleasedMD5 signatureSize MBXming-fonts184.108.40.206Public Domain9 Aug 2016ed1a0ab53688615bfec88ab399ae547031.1XmingXming-mesa220.127.116.11Public Domain4 May 20074cd12b9bec0ae19b95584650bbaf534ae580debbf6110cfc4d8fcd20beb541c12.102.50Website SnapshotsVersionState/NotesSnapshotMD5 signatureSize MBSnapshot XmingSnapshot Xming-x618.104.22.168Work in progress8 Feb 2023 09:10Not yet released6.717.08See Donations for how to obtain a Donor Password.Windows installersXming installers make it child's play to quickly install project components, interactively, with a few mouse clicks.They also install/uninstall, silently, using command line parameters. Installers are for all Microsoft Windows editions no older than Windows 7 sp1 or Windows Server 2008 R2 sp1, but not ARM-based machines.Safety note: make sure you put an installer in an empty directory (or in one containing only other Project Xming installer files) before running it to avoid the possibility of a rogue file 'hijack'. It is also wise to check the MD5 signatures of installers (I list a range of better checksums, than md5sum, for the installers in the download directory).XmingOptional extras are the Plink for Xming SSH client, XLaunch wizard, Tools and clients and GLX test clients. At least 24.8MB of free disk space is required. The x64 version is specific for 64-bit Windows x64. Note: use 32-bit Xming on Itanium/ia64.Don't install anywhere other than the default directory unless you really know what you are doing and install using right-click 'Run as administrator' if necessary.OpenGL support is now provided by all Xming installers (Xming used to have separate builds and installers; with and without Mesa).If you intend to use PuTTY: make sure you pick the correct Plink SSH client for use with Xming-portablePuTTY or original PuTTY i.e. there are two different Plink(s) in an Xming installer.The Xming executable has an absolute minimum of fonts; the so-called built-ins.X clients usually need extra fonts to supplement these...Xming-fontsThis additional installer provides standard core X fonts (which are usually required) and optional extended Bitstream Vera replacement fonts from DejaVue. At least 19.8MB of free disk space is required (for the default selection of fonts). Note: one Xming-fonts installer is common for both 32-bit and 64-bit Xming.You should install Xming-fonts in the same directory you installed Xming.For an x64 (native 64-bit) installation on 64-bit Windows (x64) this defaults to...C:\Program Files\Xming (also the default install directory on 32-bit Windows)and for a native 32-bit WoW64 installation on 64-bit Windows (x64 or ia64) defaults to...C:\Program Files (x86)\XmingIf you have installed both 32 and 64-bit Xming, on 64-bit Windows, you will need Xming-fonts in both the directories above i.e. sub-directory 'fonts' and contents.I separated these fonts from Xming installers, above, since they have a high installed footprint, don't change very often and modern X applications use client-side fonts instead via fontconfig. Xming-fonts are however needed by traditional X applications e.g. emacs.Since these standard X Window fonts tend to be ugly, you could use better TrueType fonts from your Microsoft system like this.Instead of installing Xming-fonts, to provide core X fonts, you could use an X font server on your network.Xming-portablePuTTYThis optional installer provides a fully portable replacement for PuTTY. At least 6.4MB of free disk space is required. You should not install portablePuTTY in the same directory you installed Xming: it is completely autonomous. The x64 version is specific for 64-bit Windows x64.Don't install anywhere other than the default directory unless you really know what you are doing and install using right-click 'Run as administrator' if necessary.Xming-portablePuTTY works without requiring access to the Windows registry. The portable Plink executable incorporates the changes for the Plink for Xming SSH client.Using XmingAdept operating systems have X11 Network Transparency, why not Microsoft Windows?Note this website convention: Window = X Window Windows = Microsoft WindowsWhat can you use Xming for?All the normal X Window Server functions and some you might not have thought ofExtend the magic of X11 Network Transparency to the ubiquitous Microsoft Desktop.Enable your Windows and Linux/Unix machines to integrate as a heterogeneous Private/Personal Cloud by using Xming and PuTTY. Be clear, not cloudy, about where your data is and who may access, or indeed, exploit it!Use your Microsoft computer as a thin client terminal to remote Linux/Unix machines .Headless a Linux/Unix machine by removing its keyboard, mouse, monitor and maybe even its graphics card. Execute commands via PuTTY terminals, and display via Xming, over your network.Window's drivers are often faster and more capable than Linux drivers for hardware-accelerated OpenGL enabled graphics cards. Xming can exploit the capabilities of an OpenGL enabled device, on a Windows machine, by use of its -wgl option in all modes including XDMCP (e.g. -query).You can display remote X clients directly on the Windows Desktop without running a remote Display Manager and so free up the resources used by that DM.Remote control your Raspberry Pi from Windows. Here is an example XLaunch file to display Midori for Raspbian jessie using Plink.Extend server-side X fonts to include any TrueType fonts on your Windows machine. These high quality fonts can be accessed, in situ, and added to the X server font list.Use Xming with portablePuTTY as a pocket X server by copying both to a USB flash drive etc. Once made portable; no installed software or access to the Windows registry is needed.Old slow redundant Windows machines can be easily re-cycled into slick Linux machines and then accessed with Xming from your latest Windows computer. You will then get the best of both worlds, each with its own separate system architecture, security and philosophy. Xming elegantly and efficiently provides input control and graphical display for software that is running on the remote system.Use SSH and X-Forwarding in -multiwindow mode, instead of VNC, to reclaim precious resources (including desktop space) and facilitate cut-and-paste between windows.You can run Xming on multiple monitors in many ways, e.g. if you have two monitors on a Windows machine, you could put the full remote Linux/Unix session on the second monitor using>Xming -query -nodecoration -screen 0 @2 -clipboard -wglXinerama could be used to create one large virtual display, e.g. with two monitors>Xming -query -nodecoration -screen 0 @1 -screen 1 @2 +xinerama -clipboardManualsThis documentation is constantly being updated and may be incorrect for old versions. Don't be put off, there needs to be a lot of it to cover the many uses for the X protocol, but for most users Xming installs quickly and can be started, by the XLaunch wizard, in just a few seconds.Xming Manual.This doesn't contain any X server commands. You can view all the applicable X server commands for Xming with -help or run this XLaunch file. These online X.Org Manual pages also give more detail on generic X server and X client options.Note: not all general options are logical for Windows or honoured by Xming.Manuals are also available for XLaunch, Xmingrc, portablePuTTY, PuTTY, Xmon, the Run utility and command line use of Xming's install and uninstall programs. All Tools and clients also have Xming manuals.I also have a Recipe for setting up a headless Raspberry Pi and remote controlling it with PuTTY and Xming.Getting startedUse XLaunch -find if all you want is to login to a remote machine and interact with its Display Manager via Microsoft Windows (using XDMCP).This is an elegant way to use an xserver but XDMCP mode is not very secure. It is safer to work via X-Forwarding and the SSH protocol, e.g. using PuTTY, on shared networks. Getting started with PuTTY X-Forwarding is described below and in more detail here.A good tip: get PuTTY working first with Pageant, and use Saved Sessions, before using Xming/Xmingrc/XLaunch. Those Saved Sessions should only use the SSH-2 protocol, 'Enable X11 forwarding' and for the following example set 'X display location' to 'localhost:0'.To simply start Xming in -multiwindow mode from Command Prompt (the Windows cmd console)>"C:\Program Files\Xming\Xming.exe" -multiwindow -clipboard If you now need a Command Prompt: run it from Xming's notification area icon menu. Many useful variables will then be inherited e.g. %CD% and %DISPLAY%This gives you a multiwindow/multimonitors X server on display-number 0 (the default), with an integrated Windows window manager. Note...You cannot run two X servers with the same display-number; use the :display-number option if you want multiple instances.On recent Windows versions: in order to easily use Xming's notification area icon(s) you should set 'Show icon and notifications', for the Xming X server icon.You could now run, for example, firefox on a remote machine like this (Xming will 'serve' control and display locally)...just type 'firefox' on a PuTTY terminal connected to a remote machineor from a Command Prompt use PuTTY's Plink tool one of two ways...>plink -ssh -2 -X firefox either, with user@remote-host>plink -load firefox or, with a PuTTY Saved Session name.XLaunch makes using Xming with PuTTY's Plink and generic Windows ssh clients easy...The XLaunch wizardXLaunch is a wizard for simplifying the startup of an Xming X server. Its re-usable XML configuration files also act as mini-session managers. One X client can be selected for concurrent display from a local or remote machine. When remote, the X client is accessed securely via PuTTY or SSH.Remote login using XDMCP is also provided as well as a host finder and chooser via the -find command and XPing button... Also use XLaunch to just simply start the X server and then run several X clients later by hand, or from Xmingrc menu entries.Example .xlaunch configuration files for a remote xterm via PuTTY and a remote login via XDMCP.Using the wizard to get a remote wireshark via PuTTY in -multiwindow mode... You can select the windowing mode, the way sessions are started and save the configuration for later reuse. An XLaunch configuration file can be just clicked to rerun saved settings without having to go through the wizard pages. Also automatic validation of configuration files against the XLaunch XML Schema Definition is selectable when starting the wizard. Additionally, automatic display-number (i.e. X server) allocation is provided.Help is available for each XLaunch page via the 'Help' button, or F1, and from these links...Display settings Session type Start program XDMCP settings Additional parameters Finish configuration Host FinderXmingrc and the X icon menuYou can configure the X toolbar icon menu (i.e. the right-click menu on Xming's notification area icon), Windows icons, styles and system menus (i.e. the right-click menu on a Window's title bar) using an Xmingrc file. Additionally, on the icon menu, a Host Finder is provided for listing, choosing and then accessing any responding XDMCP hosts on your network, as well as a log file viewer.It is also possible to not hide the root window (Note: you may lose control of your desktop it you don't 'Hide Root Window') and disable the 'X11 PRIMARY Selection' (the highlighted text copying mechanism with X clients).I use this Xmingrc file to open X Window clients (singly or combined in session files), PuTTY and Command Prompt terminals, and to control access to the X server.Remote Linux/Unix (and local Windows) programs can be run from Xmingrc menu items. Use of Plink is recommended when starting remote programs.Xmingrc is a structured text file, so to avoid errors, study the installed default Xmingrc file (plus my Xmingrc file: see screenshots below). Tools and clientsMany X.Org tools and clients have been ported to Microsoft Windows console (Windows CUI) applications and built modular using MinGW-w64...appresatobmbitmapbmtoacxpmeditresicolistresmkfontscaleoclocksetxkbmapsxpmtwmviewresxauthxcalcxclipboardxclockxcutselxdpyinfoxevxeyesxfontselxhostxkbcompxkillxlogoxlsatomsxlsclientsxlsfontsxmessagexmodmapXmonxpropxrandrxrdbxsetxsetrootxwininfoUse the links in the table above to view Xming manuals for each entry.Note: xkbcomp is built without a Windows console (Windows GUI), and always installed, as it is used by Xming during X server startup. Also Xmon is sourced here not from X.Org.These additional tools are also supplied in Xming installers...xroot is a CUI tool providing a clickable swatch of root window for use when -rootless to access window manager root menus which otherwise maybe hidden.follow is a simple CUI Windows text following tool, like Linux/Unix 'tail -f', for monitoring Xming log files.font-dirs is a tool used by an Xming installer to create a custom font-dirs file. The executable itself is not installed.glxgears and glxinfo (+ seventeen more GLX clients from the canonical Mesa Demos) are available separately via installer component 'GLX test clients'.Examples, from Command Prompt>xsetroot -cursor_name left_ptr -fg white -bg black -solid SteelBlue