Thursday, March 21, 2019

new version 2.5.1 released

Changelog
  • Bug fix: selecting a KiTTY binary containing the version string now possible
  • Bug fix: no error message was shown when opening a session and the PuTTY/KiTTY binary was not found

Portable Edition: WinSSHTerm-2.5.1.zip

Mirror: Google Drive

SHA256 (.ZIP): CC9DD87BBE8E3E71BEC956E441CEEDF04AA960BD38F7D4CE65F266C830374AAF

Installer Edition: WinSSHTerm-2.5.1.msi

Mirror: Google Drive

SHA256 (.MSI): 8C96DC68E0F02002F5D6AC965B18C7EE2313F60DD2D751AD3F8E4062BA1837E5

7 comments:

  1. Hi, Great product. However when you use the Login Cmd option it appends ;bash --login to it so that you end up with a shell. However that wont work on some systems like AIX where there is no bash installed. Is there an option (or could there be one in a future release) that allows us to set the shell command to run?
    Thanks

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    1. Hi, thanks for your feedback. I'll add an option so that it can be customized.

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    2. You could set a hash "#" at the end of your login command for your AIX systems to comment out the bash command, so it won't be executed. This way you can also run a different shell (e.g. ";/usr/bin/ksh --login #"). Does this work for you?

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  2. Yes that works thanks. By the way with AIX you have to use the enhanced ksh (ksh93) to get it to run the login (ksh93 --login).
    I was hoping to be able to automatically run some post login commands in the same shell - do you have an option for that?

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    1. Thanks, why do you need to run commands in the same shell? Can you give me an example of what you are trying to do?

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  3. Hi, yes I'm trying to customize things in the shell that I use for all connections like setting aliases or other shell settings. For example alias ll='ls -al' ; set -o emacs , that type of thing. Is that something your script functions could do? i.e. run a script that resides on the local PC after login?

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    1. Hi, yes, you could create a script with your aliases and so on, add a newline at the end, assign the script to a button and click on the button after you log in. I think there is no other way to do this without changing the remote system

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