Rich Mingin (PLUG) on 14 Jan 2017 11:22:10 -0800

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Re: [PLUG] Just sharing a good product

Worth mentioning that it's a Windows product, for those that hadn't hit the link. I use it and am quite fond of it, I've not seen X forwarding set up so quickly and easily before. If I had the funds available, I'd pick up a year of pro for certain. I was using it and my Linode to bypass an annoyingly strict web filter at a previous job (Who blacklists, and it's been a really handy toolkit for folks running Windows and working on Linux.

I'd still advise getting a Linux install or VM running instead, though.

On Fri, Jan 13, 2017 at 11:03 AM, Tone Montone <> wrote:
To All,

   For more than a year I have been using a really good terminal product called MobaXterm and just wanted to share it with all of you.  If you know about it great, if not...

   I was tasked with supporting many remote servers and got tired of losing my putty windows and was looking for a better way to organize my workload.  MobaXterm provides a tabbed client that allows me to control, label, and colorize my xterm sessions.  It also provides and sftp browser, an X11 emulator, ssh tunneling, and a whole lot more.

   There is a free and professional edition.  The free does most of what I need, the pro allows unlimited sessions; I think the bookmark or memory sessions are limited to 10.  Pro edition is $69, which is steep for me, especially since the EU price is only 49EU; the USD and EU are almost same, which does not make sense, but <insert rant here>.

    Anyway, if you need something like the above, here is the link:



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