Simple console terminal
In Mac OS, there is already a handy utility for working with SSH connections. This is the standard terminal, which is installed by default on this system. Simple, customizable, convenient. It does not have a graphical window for conveniently creating connections, but for an advanced user, this is just a single command input:
ssh user @ host
Next, the system will ask you to enter a password. There is a connection and you can begin administration. It’s simple. For most tasks this is quite enough.
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If for some reason you are not satisfied with the standard terminal, then you can try a program called “ZOC”.
This is an analogue of PuTTY ssh autologin. You can download the program from the developer’s site. Trial version of 30 days. Then you have to pay for using the program. Comfortable. Familiar interface. Simple.
In the Apple Store, you can find another paid solution – the vSSH program from the developer Velestar Private Enterprise. The low price of this client may encourage its use. There is nothing special to add: the familiar command-line interface. It works well and performs all its functions.
You can appreciate this little OS X add-on developed by Trevor Fitzgerald. With this program, you can hang quick access to the hosts you need in the icon of the top panel of the OS. In the Config section, you can specify all the necessary connections, and then connect to them with one click. It is very convenient.
SSH client for Linux
C Linux everything is simple. There is a standard console terminal, which all users of this OS are accustomed to using. You will need it to install new packages into the system, search through the file structure and for many other tasks. The command is simple:
ssh user @ host
It has additional parameters that can be viewed as follows:
SSH commands used most often.
First of all, you will need commands to move through the file structure, create, copy and move files and directories, search for files.
ls – display files and folders;
cd – go to the root directory;
cd .. – go to the directory higher level;
cd folder – go to the specified folder;
pwd — show the path to the current location;
cp – copy file;
rm – delete the file;
mv – move file;
mkdir – create a new folder;
rmdir – delete folder;
get – download the file to the local computer;
put – download the file to the remote computer;
exit – end the session and exit the program.
More detailed and extensive lists of teams are presented on specialized resources, which are not difficult to find. The task of this article was to acquaint you with the most popular SSH-clients and choose the one that suits you. We hope she helped you with this.