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Support for PuTTY docker container
 
Application Name: PuTTY
Application Site: https://www.putty.org
 
This container is based on Alpine Linux, meaning that its size is very small.  It also has a very nice, mobile-friendly web UI to access PuTTY's graphical interface and is actively supported!
 
Make sure to look at the complete documentation, available on Github !
 
Post any questions or issues relating to this docker in this thread.

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I use screen a lot on my VMs - if I install this can I easily resume sessions?

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1 hour ago, DZMM said:

I use screen a lot on my VMs - if I install this can I easily resume sessions?

 

If the container is not stopped/restarted and network connection is not broken, your session will remain as long as you want.

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I can connect to the container with VNC, but not with the web interface.  The interface opens, but in the left corner it says "Putty" with a red X for server disconnected (error 1006).

 

Connecting using Chrome

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1 hour ago, dukiethecorgi said:

I can connect to the container with VNC, but not with the web interface.  The interface opens, but in the left corner it says "Putty" with a red X for server disconnected (error 1006).

 

Connecting using Chrome

Try to clean the browser's cache.

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You can use the Clipboard button of the web interface, in the upper right.

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how do I pass a serial port to this container? my router has a serial port and I'd like to access it with this.

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11 hours ago, ndaringer said:

how do I pass a serial port to this container? my router has a serial port and I'd like to access it with this.

You need to edit container's settings and add a "Device".  The device should be the one associated to your serial port (e.g. /dev/ttyS0).

Then you also need to add a variable "SUP_GROUP_IDS" with the value sets to the group of your serial device.  You can get it by executing:

stat -c '%g' /dev/ttyS0

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On 7/9/2019 at 9:18 PM, Djoss said:

You need to edit container's settings and add a "Device".  The device should be the one associated to your serial port (e.g. /dev/ttyS0).

Then you also need to add a variable "SUP_GROUP_IDS" with the value sets to the group of your serial device.  You can get it by executing:

stat -c '%g' /dev/ttyS0

Thank you!

 

This worked perfectly!

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Is it possible to "cut/paste" to this docker? Regular putty uses "highlight" to copy and "right click" to paste. I tried using the "clipboard" button, but that did not work to paste into putty.

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On 7/19/2019 at 2:38 PM, TristBella said:

Is it possible to "cut/paste" to this docker? Regular putty uses "highlight" to copy and "right click" to paste. I tried using the "clipboard" button, but that did not work to paste into putty.

Did you try to past with Shift-Insert or with Shift-Ctrl-v ?

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