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Remote Systems terminal for SSH connections

Describes the tab content.

The Remote Systems terminal enables you to enter shell commands directly on the target without launching any external application. For example you can browse remote files and folders by entering the ls or pwd commands in the same way as you would in a Linux terminal.

Figure 10-51 Remote Systems Terminals view

Remote Systems Terminals view

The Terminals view is not visible by default. To add this view:

  1. Select Window > Show View > Other... to open the Show View dialog box.
  2. Expand the Remote Systems group and select Remote Systems.
  3. Click OK.
  4. In the Remote Systems view:
    1. Click on the toolbar icon Define a connection to a remote system and configure an Secure SHell (SSH) connection to the target.
    2. Right-click on the connection and select Connect from the context menu.
    3. Enter the User ID and password in the relevant fields.
    4. Click OK to connect to the target.
    5. Right-click on Ssh Terminals.
  5. Select Launch Terminal to open a terminal shell that is connected to the target.