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Remote Command line for Linux

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I'm a Windows user on the desktop, but I administrate a few Linux-powered appliances on the side. I'd like to setup a Linux machine for my hobby to get more proficient on Linux.

I've used Putty and WinSCP to administrate my Linux machines remotely. Konqueror can replace WinSCP on Linux. But I'm having trouble with a good Putty replacement. I know you can use Putty on Linux, but so far, I like the behavior of the Terminal in Ubuntu much better than Putty. But I am having trouble finding how to use the Terminal for remote machines.

Any ideas for me?
    
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SSH, google it.
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That's mighty snarky, Jester. That's how I got to using Konqueror, etc.

I've been googling it. I wondered if anyone here had a personal recommendation from their own experience. I hope it's alright to do that.
    
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ssh
I use, and recommend it.
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ssh, best thing in the world.

you should already have it. just open a terminal, and ssh --help

from windows to linux, use putty.
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ssh ftw. no better.
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All of the windows utilities like putty are just pretending to be ssh. ssh is the real way to remotely control a comp
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