Downloading a Secure Shell Client to Your Desktop
Now you can run PuTTY just by double clicking on the PuTTY icon.
Use the instructions as described in Step #1 of the
Programming Project #1 specification.
Point your browser to
the PuTTY download page:
"Download PuTTY" page,
in the section titled
"Alternative Binary Files,"
"putty.exe (the SSH and Telnet client itself)",
right click on the second link "putty.exe"
(the 64-bit version),
and from the menu select "Save Link As"
(or something similar).
Save "putty.exe" to your Windows desktop
For MacOS X you don't need PuTTY and can't use it,
because PuTTY is only available for Windows.
However, you can use
from the Unix command line,
by starting up a Unix Terminal window.
Once you get a Terminal window,
you'll get a Unix prompt.
At the Unix prompt,
In the case of CS1313,
is your OU4+4,
You may be asked a yes/no question,
in which case type:
You'll then be prompted for your password.
Most Unix computers already have
so you can just use it from the Unix command line,
as described above for MacOS.