I connect to server A (running OpenSSH server in Linux OS) using Putty: localhost% putty.exe A How to cause the SSH server to log the commands sent from localhost in unencrypted manner. Thanks
I'm on Ubuntu. Is it possible to open putty and watch as a log file updates right in terminal? Like if stdout would have been directed in terminal? For example I have one application's stdout and ...
I need the exact commands to type from the beginning in putty to first connect to my db and then to get the error logs contained in /var/lib/mysql/HOSTNAME.err file. Thanks
Is there a possibility to “pimp” Putty in order to generate logs automatically and run multiple sessions in one windows (similar Linux “Terminal”)?
I'm using Putty for Serial or SSH connections to systems. For every session, I need to configure Logging manually, enter a new name and destination. I was wondering if there was a solution to set it ...