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Re: [ProgSoc] PuTTY on Win2K
> Learn to use '126.96.36.199'. You'll never go back, and wonder why everyone
> else is having problems.
yeah - I do that sometimes, but believe it or not, I do occasionally ssh
to machines outside progsoc. name easier to remember than number.
on that matter, I had a problem a while ago where most services on my LAN
didn't work unless they could do a reverse name lookup. I got named going
eventually, but found this a really annoying `feature'
> Question: How hard is it -- really -- to save the PuTTY preferences (and
> everything else) for each user in a networked PC environment? Especially
> when Novell is involved? I hate having to reset my fonts to small + sans
> serif and my columns to 132 x 50.
Use the source, luke.
prolly wouldn't b that hard to change it from per-user registry settings
to per-machine settings.
"I think it would be a good idea." Ghandi, on Western Civilisation
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