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Master Geek

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# 217856 15-Jul-2017 16:19
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Is it possible to use PowerShell (win 10) to access Linux command line on anther Linux device (raspberry pi).

 

I just want to run an adblocker (pi-hole) and the unifi controller on it but will need to access command line to administer it.
There's probably a few ways of doing this but would prefer Windows 10 built-in tools if possible to minimise installing extra apps etc.

 

 


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Ultimate Geek
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  # 1822942 15-Jul-2017 16:29
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Google SSH or Telnet, & PowerShell.

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  # 1822954 15-Jul-2017 17:00
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 You can turn on "Windows Subsystem for Linux" (Under add Windows Features) which will give you a native ubuntu shell that you can use to SSH to remove linux devices. However if that's all you want to do, Just download Putty. 


 
 
 
 




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  # 1822994 15-Jul-2017 18:09
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Andib:

 

 You can turn on "Windows Subsystem for Linux" (Under add Windows Features) which will give you a native ubuntu shell that you can use to SSH to remove linux devices. However if that's all you want to do, Just download Putty. 

 

 

 

 

Thanks for that - looked good until I saw the bit about setting windows to developer mode.  really wanting to use vanilla windows tools so I can use any device I have without installing or mucking about with stuff.  looks like I'll have to stick with Putty.  


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