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SSH Client for Pocket PC

SSH Client for Pocket PC

         Rainer Keruchel has ported some wonderful Unix apps to Windows CE, including this port of SSH and the other binaries in this package. His software can be found at http://www.rainer-keuchel.de/software.html if you want to download it directly. Unfortunately the documentation can be a bit hard to follow for some so I’ve provided this package to help you to more easily install his Opensource SSH client on your Pocket PC. I’ve set things up for what I think is the best viewing (Rows, Cols and font), but if you don’t like it you can edit the install script.

Download: http://www.irongeek.com/downloads/PPCsshInstall.zip

To Install:

Step 1: Copy the “unix” directory to the root of your Pocket PC.
Step 2: Run “Run me to set up registry.bat” to set up the registry.

That’s it. Beats paying for a SSH Client.

UPDATE: If you have PPC2003 then you might want to look into PocketPuTTY ( http://pocketputty.duxy.net/ ). As  of this writing II have yet to test it but it may be easier to install.

Adrian Crenshaw

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