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Linux/unix Shell

Hi,

Is there any linux/unix shell that also works in windows..actually i
used  telnet or Putty to login to my unix development machine and get
the console which is single is there a similiar utility like
putty/telent but give me multiple shell/consoles.
if anybody knows please let me know about that.
rgrds,
Munish

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emanshu
1/19/2006 12:35:26 PM
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emanshu wrote:

> Hi,
> 
> Is there any linux/unix shell that also works in windows..actually i
> used  telnet or Putty to login to my unix development machine and get
> the console which is single is there a similiar utility like
> putty/telent but give me multiple shell/consoles.
> if anybody knows please let me know about that.
> rgrds,
> Munish
> 
have you tried opening multiple instances of either of these or
hyperterminal?
-- 
JosephKK
Gegen dummheit kampfen Die Gotter Selbst, vergebens.  
--Shiller
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Joseph2k
2/16/2006 4:23:16 AM
On 19 Jan 2006 04:35:26 -0800, emanshu 
  <munish.nr@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Is there any linux/unix shell that also works in windows..actually i
> used  telnet or Putty to login to my unix development machine and get
> the console which is single is there a similiar utility like
> putty/telent but give me multiple shell/consoles.
> if anybody knows please let me know about that.
> rgrds,
> Munish
>
Try screen.


-- 
<apt> it has been said that redhat is the thing Marc Ewing wears on
      his head.
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Bill
2/17/2006 5:57:16 PM
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Bill Marcum wrote:
> On 19 Jan 2006 04:35:26 -0800, emanshu 
>   <munish.nr@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> Is there any linux/unix shell that also works in windows..actually i
>> used  telnet or Putty to login to my unix development machine and get
>> the console which is single is there a similiar utility like
>> putty/telent but give me multiple shell/consoles.
>> if anybody knows please let me know about that.
>> rgrds,
>> Munish
>>
> Try screen.

Or the OP could install Xming on Windows, and use multiple xterms.



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