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how can I connect Ubuntu through Windows via localhost?

Display of my laptop is not working, in order to save files in it I want to connect to it from another laptop in localhost and move files to safety. I can connect to it via putty from XP laptop like ...
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Ncurses prompts look broken in PuTTY from Windows

Byobu looks very broken in PuTTY. I've already fixed the key mapping issue, but this issue isn't specified in the man page or even Google: Notice the misplaced position of the list of windows, the ...
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X forwarding from Ubuntu Server Ed to Windows 7

The Goal: I would like to open a program from my ubuntu server in my windows 7 desktop. Steps Taken: Putty > SSH > X11 check 'enable port forwarding' I have started VNC Viewer in listening mode ...
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Moving folder and subfolder to another path

I need to move my folder with many subfolders to another path. I'm using putty and this is what I tried: MV -r fromflderpath tofolderpath What am I doing wrong?
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Is it possible to “SSH” into my virtual machine remotely?

My home computer: Windows 7 laptop also running an Ubuntu virtual machine via VirtualBox with a bridged network connection (as opposed to NAT). My work computer: A Windows 7 computer. I want to SSH ...
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Virtual Machine Putty connection

I've created a VM running on my PC and am trying to connect the two via Putty. I have Putty installed on my PC, and openssh server and client installed on my VM. When I drop my IP address into the ...
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SSH login using Ubuntu's terminal - Permission denied (publickey)

I'm using ubuntu system to login to remote server using ssh. SSH is configured in my system and I can see my public ssh key but when I try something like ssh xx.xx.xx.xx it throws error Permission ...
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Shift+F2 is ignored when using byobu with PuTTY (Windows 7)

Connecting to byobu in Ubuntu 12.04.1 (precise) from PuTTY on a Windows 7 system, when I type Shift+F2 to get a vertical split, nothing happens. Typing plain F2 works and opens a new window. I tried ...