Re: Putty (plink) causes zombie process while executing a command
On Sat, Sep 03, 2005 at 10:06:41AM -0700, Martin Burger wrote:
> PuTTY is a client program running on Windows for the SSH, Telnet and
> Rlogin network protocols. Plink is a command-line interface to the
> PuTTY back ends (comparable to ssh executable, I think).
> plink runs in a Dos box (on my client) and should execute the command
> "ls -l" on host.some.where (the Debian server).
Ach! I got it into my head that you were working from the debian
box and couldn't see the obvious! Thanks for taking the trouble
to explain it to me. I understand your problem now but I'm afraid
I can't offer any suggestions :(
"Running Debian GNU/Linux and
loving every minute of it." -L. von Sacher-M.(1835-1895)