[實用軟件] It's happening - OpenSSH for Windows...from Microsoft

本帖最後由 toylet 於 2015-11-14 21:00 編輯

Source: http://www.hanselman.com/blog/It ... sfromMicrosoft.aspx

Back in June the folks over at the Microsoft PowerShell blog indicated they were going to support SSH in Windows soon. I read the post a few times and I must admit I read deeply between the lines and enjoyed the post very much. For example, this passage, with emphasis mine.

With this initial milestone complete, we are now making the code publicly available and open for public contributions. Please note that this code is still very early and should be treated as a developer preview and is not supported for use in production.


The repository is over at:
https://github.com/PowerShell/Win32-OpenSSH
and the first release is here:
https://github.com/PowerShell/Win32-OpenSSH/releases.

I just unblocked the zip and unzipped it into my c:\utils folder so it was in my path.

I did have an issue immediately with an error and some formatting, which I filed and also discussed here. I was able to mostly work around with it "export TERM=xterm" but I'm sure they'll fix it, as again, it's super early.

As an alternative SSH client, try the Bitvise SSH Client (https://www.bitvise.com/ssh-client-download). It has a command line app called "stermc" that acts like SSH. I made an ssh.bat file that contains just "stermc %1" and this let's me shush around nicely.