SSH Terminal MobaXterm

24. Februar 2013 at 19:06
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Wenn man Putty verwendet, glaubt man tatsächlich, es muss so beschränkt sein.

Mobaterma öffent ein ganz neue Welt.

obaXterm free Xserver and SSH client – Screenshots


MobaXterm Start up: MobaXterm is a single executable file. You can launch MobaXterm easily from your USB flash memory on any computer.
The tab-based terminal From this console window, you will be allowed to run the Unix commands you need: ls, cd, grep, awk, tail, cut, sed, wget, rsync, telnet, ssh, rlogin, rsh … All the essential Unix tools are present. If you need a program that is not available in the basic MobaXterm file, you can download the free plugins.


Exporting your remote display to your local Windows PC: When you run a SSH, TELNET or RLOGIN/RSH command in this terminal, you will be able to export the remote computer’s DISPLAY to your local Windows PC under Windows.In this screenshot, the remote computer is running Konqueror which is displayed on the local PC thanks to MobaXterm.


The configuration window: MobaXterm allows you to set some enhanced options to your terminal. You can choose your font type, size or even change the window theme of MobaXterm.


Split mode terminal: Thanks to MobaXterm, you can display up to 4 terminals at the same time in the main window. It is very useful for monitoring 4 remote computers or for comparing outputs of 2 terminals.
Creating session bookmarks: Thanks to MobaXterm, you can create a shortcut for easily launching your ssh, telnet, rlogin/rsh or any other session. You can also create a desktop shortcut in order to launch your session.


Local applications: MobaXterm gives you some extra commands and tools like editors (nedit, vi, vim, ed, emacs, gvim). You will also have access to several useful Unix commands in order to manage your Windows computer as you could do with a GNU/Linux computer


Remote XDMCP session: Thanks to MobaXterm, you will be able to access your entire environement of a remote server directly in a frame on your local desktop. You will for example work on your remote Solaris desktop as if you were working locally on this computer.


A remote desktop: Thanks to MobaXterm this remote X11 desktop is displayed entirely on the local Windows PC and you can work on your remote Solaris desktop as if you were working locally on this computer.