I have been using putty to connect to one of my client server,here the problem is that copy and paste doesn't work. When I was on windows it used to work and now I want the same thing on ubuntu 13.10.
You might try adding a Shift to your commands, so Ctrl+Shift+C / V. That is how copy pasting is done in the terminal (Ctrl+C is used to abort terminal commands). Alternatively you can try pasting by pressing Enter or the middle mouse button.
In Ubuntu, you may wish to consider not using PuTTY at all: you can simply
ssh using a terminal. For example, if you want to connect to
test.server.com, you could simply type:
If your username is different on the remote system, you can specify it by using this syntax:
More advanced options are described in the man pages.
Choose 1 of the following for yourself:
A) Press/click on scroll bar to paste.
B) Ctrl + Right Click to get list of options to perform. (One of them would be paste from clipboard).
C) Directly login from your OS's terminal without using putty by using below command:
For e.g.: Andrew@22.214.171.124 Then enter your password here.
Here you can use ctrl+shift+c for copy and ctrl+shift+v as we do in ubuntu's terminal
Note: above action can be done in putty too. by going to selection section.