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Changes between Version 33 and Version 34 of help/en/howto/sftp


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Mar 2, 2011 9:09:29 AM (8 years ago)
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dkocher
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  • help/en/howto/sftp

    v33 v34  
    7777''Open in Terminal'' allows you to open a SSH shell for the current working directoy with a single click.
    7878
    79 === Mac ===
     79=== Mac (Terminal.app) ===
    8080Use ''View → Customize Toolbar...'' to add the ''Terminal.app'' toolbar icon to your browser.
    81 === Windows ===
    82 Use ''View → Customize Toolbar...'' to add the ''Open in Putty'' toolbar icon to your browser.
    83 
    8481[[Image(Terminal.png)]]
    8582
    86 === Customize SSH command ===
     83 * Customize SSH command
    8784You can change the SSH command using the [wiki:help/en/howto/preferences#Hiddenconfigurationoptions hidden configuration option]
    8885
     
    10097Because of all the escaping of characters, it might be easier to edit the key using ''Property List Editor'' if you have the developer tools installed. You can then set the string for the key `terminal.command.ssh` to `ssh -t {0} {1}@{2} -p {3} "cd {4} && exec \$SHELL"`. Test the string in ''Terminal.app'' first if it is valid.
    10198
    102 === Using iTerm ===
     99 * Using iTerm
    103100
    104101You can change a  [wiki:help/en/howto/preferences#Hiddenconfigurationoptions hidden configuration option] to use a thirdparty terminal application instead of ''Terminal.app''.
     
    117114defaults delete ch.sudo.cyberduck terminal.command
    118115}}}
     116
     117=== Windows (PuTTY.exe) ===
     118Use ''View → Customize Toolbar...'' to add the ''Open in Putty'' toolbar icon to your browser.
     119
     120 * Location of the PuTTY installation
     121
     122By default, the executable `putty.exe` must be located in your user home folder. You can change the install location by editing the [wiki:help/en/howto/preferences#Hiddenconfigurationoptions hidden configuration option] `terminal.command.ssh` to point to the path of the executable.
    119123
    120124== Distribution (CDN) ==
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