Greg Ferro says 9th January 2011 at 16:46 +0000 Make sure you change all your existing sessions that you have configured as well as the global setting (which would be used Vinay Gupta July 28, 2014 at 7:06 pm Thank you very much it helped a lot to me Marcos January 6, 2015 at 10:30 am Those instructions does NOT work for Thanks for nice and simple tutorial.
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Last Name... http://info4admins.com/how-to-copy-and-paste-in-putty-under-ubuntu/ Or need help?See an error in this article or want to suggest a missing topic? How To Copy And Paste In Putty On Windows Ctrl + C/V will not do anything. Copy Paste Putty Ubuntu Please note that modern mice don't have the middle 'button' but usually a wheel, so you have to click on the wheel.
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Join Ethan, Drew and myself as we talk about what happened this week in networking. Putty Copy File Command share|improve this answer answered Sep 22 '09 at 19:24 John T 125k18256300 1 But what about 'cutting' text from another window? –jldupont Sep 22 '09 at 19:29 copy It is about the only usable option for doing this under Ubuntu that I can find, if people have an alternative then please let me know.
How choose a proper ARIMA model looking at ACF and PACF? ArjanReply libouk says: September 28, 2011 at 9:31 am Shift-Insert is a good way to paste out what you have just copied via Ctrl-InsertReply freakazoid says: July 12, 2011 at 10:33 For this tutorial, we'll just use a Notepad window that we already have open 5) Right click, then Paste The selection has been copied and pasted successfully Now, let's try copying I can copy & paste within putty by clicking my two mouse buttons at the same time (simulates the 'third' mouse button my laptop doesn't have).
Please put "for Windows users" in the name of this article because you confuse people and rightly they get angry on you as I am now. It works! Join our community today! You should now know how to copy and paste to and from PuTTY Posted in: PuTTY Still have a question?
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