2019-04-15 17:32:13

Hello
I want a free ssh client for windows or iOS
I use putty on windows but on new nvda versions it doesn’t speak the output when you press enter. I use nvda 2016.4 for it. If you know a free and Accessible ssh client and reads the output please help
Thanks.

2019-04-15 18:21:42

Um, OpenSSH? You might want to try that first...

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2019-04-15 18:29:17

In windows 10, you get open ssh right built in now, just use it as you would use open SSH on mac or linux.

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2019-04-15 21:37:41 (edited by Chris 2019-04-16 00:44:28)

PuTTY works great for me. Try using the latest version of NVDA.

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2019-04-15 22:20:33

also make sure that dynamic content changes is on, press NVDA 5

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2019-04-19 03:26:51

Personally, I find GitBash pretty accessible, and I like using it. There are some settings you'll have to change, such as "Use windows copy and paste commands," (because by default control c clears the terminal, but it's pretty simple and intuitive and works with NVDA2016.4, because that's also what I'm using.

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2019-04-19 03:50:27

if all you're doing is ssh, you don't even need that, but yeah if you want git too sure helps. Also, there's scoop, and you can get git through that, or WSL. There are a lot of solutions, but ssh just works on windows 10 as it would on any distro using openssh. You even have a .config/ssh folder in your user directory that you can set up ssh servers in, so my machine under my bed is called brarch under there. so all I have to do is type ssh brarch, where I otherwise would have to type ssh -p nnnn [email protected]

Ironcross is here to expose the fakes and phonies,
Suss out the wheat from the chaff, the cheddar from the bologna,
I'm a superhero, y'all fools needa know this,
So if you on the other side of right, prepare for a fight no one will ever miss.

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2019-04-19 13:20:23

teraTerm!

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2019-04-19 15:30:14

BTW, if you're a linux command line junky forced to use windows, you will want to go ahead and get Scoop.

Ironcross is here to expose the fakes and phonies,
Suss out the wheat from the chaff, the cheddar from the bologna,
I'm a superhero, y'all fools needa know this,
So if you on the other side of right, prepare for a fight no one will ever miss.

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2019-04-19 16:20:53

I fixed the issue in putty, but i want to paste commands, how to do it? Ctrlv doesn't work. I try to open openssh but idk how to lonch it. I have it installed

2019-04-20 02:12:00

You have to right-click the mouse to paste. On a laptop press NVDA+SHIFT+M to route the mouse to the focus, then press NVDA+RIGHT BRACKET to perform a right-click.

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2019-04-20 02:15:45

right click

Ironcross is here to expose the fakes and phonies,
Suss out the wheat from the chaff, the cheddar from the bologna,
I'm a superhero, y'all fools needa know this,
So if you on the other side of right, prepare for a fight no one will ever miss.

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2019-04-20 06:59:31

Also use teraterm here, where you can paste with alt + v.

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