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# Aims of the Tutorial
* Connect to a GNU/Linux server
* SSH, a de-facto standard for secure communication
+ SSH, a de-facto standard for secure communication
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* For Windows users, using
+ For Windows users
- [MobaXTerm][1], big, bloated, and freeware (which means that
sooner, or later they'll ask for your money), but does many other
useful things besides SSH (and is _recommended by R3_)
- [PuTTY][2], simple, ugly, but efficient and open source
- [PuTTY][2], simple, ugly, but efficient and open source and does only SSH
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* For Mac and GNU/Linux users, OpenSSH command line client
+ For Mac and GNU/Linux users, OpenSSH command line client
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* Explore how to use the shell effectively
* We will use bash which is (almost) universaly present
- Steve Jobs did not like the license, but ...
```shell
brew install bash
```
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