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Quick​Pu​TTY

by npanuhin ST3 WinLinux

Sublime Text 3 plugin for quick access to PuTTY SSH sessions

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QuickPuTTY

WIN|LINUX license: MIT

QuickPuTTY is a plugin for Sublime Text 3 that allows you to save SSH sessions for quick access to them. It will be very useful to those who often use SSH.

It supports folders with a unique navigation system, making it easy to add, remove or edit sessions on the go (manual JSON editing is also possible).

Works with a free and open-source terminal emulator PuTTY.

See how fast you can start an SSH session without entering username and password:

Installation

The plugin is available on Package Control and can be installed in this way:

  1. Press Ctrl + Shift + P, then enter Package Control: Install Package (or just ins)
  2. Choose QuickPuTTY in the list of available packages

After installation, you can change encryption keys in plugin settings (looking through all settings may be useful):

Go to Preferences > Package Settings > QuickPuTTY > Settings in the nav-bar.

Usage

Warning! Usernames and passwords are stored using symmetric-key encryption (can be easily decoded). Make sure no one can access them.

Create folder

  1. Go to PuTTY > New session/folder in the nav-bar and select folder option
  2. Choose location to place new folder
  3. Enter folder name

Create session

  1. Go to PuTTY > New session/folder in the nav-bar and select session option
  2. Choose location to place new session
  3. Enter server host/ip, port, username and password (last two are optional)

Edit sessions and folders

  1. Go to PuTTY > Manage sessions in the nav-bar
  2. Edit data (if you are editing password, do not forget to specify “encrypt”)
  3. Do not forget to save file

Remove session/folder

  1. Go to PuTTY > Remove session/folder in the nav-bar
  2. Select session or folder you want to remove

Choosing location

At each stage, you'll see a list of options:

item meaning
### Choose location ### Just a title
<HERE> Choose this if you want to place session/folder in current location
{folder_1} Select a folder name to navigate into it

The plugin was tested on Windows 10 (1809) x64 and Ubuntu 18.04.03. If you have found a bug, mistake, or a typo, you are very welcome to contact me on npanuhin.me or open a new GitHub issue.

You can find the latest version of PuTTY on putty.org


Copyright © 2020 Nikita Paniukhin

License: MIT