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LLV
LLV
Posts: 3

Hi,

i used an sftp session...
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This currently has the following layout:
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I think it would be nicer to implement this like moba and use one of these 4 windows (upper right) as the ssh session command prompt (both sftp and ssh use the same port 22). That way there would be no real need to integrate putty as a separate terminal ? The bottom left window is really not needed. You can see the files in the uppper left window tree view... You could use the bottom two windows for the sftp (one for the folders and one for the files). Would be neat.


Or you could ofcourse use a layout like moba: no local explorer, just the sftp view on the left and the terminal window on the right.... more than enough ;-)
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Just a thought.

Kind regards.

2 yrs Built-in SCP
LLV
LLV
Posts: 3

Of course, gladly. I've attached it to this message.

It's basically a simple 2 part screen that takes up 1 tab with an sftp/explorer window in treeview with files on the left side and an normal ssh terminal window on the right side. The sftp client window supports 2-way drag and drop.

It's really very handy. You can make the sftp client follow the directory used (pwd) in the ssh session.


Video on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n-tTKUOtNtw

Thx.

2 yrs Built-in SCP
LLV
LLV
Posts: 3

If i may offer an additional suggestion for the sftp client: it now uses up a lot of screen-estate AND you have to open a separate connection to have ssh access to the same server on the same port. May i suggest a solution like the tabbed ssh client from https://mobaxterm.mobatek.net/ where you have an sftp client and ssh terminal session in one handy screen ;-)
The built-in xserver is optional ;-)

2 yrs Built-in SCP