PuTTY is an application that allows you to remotely connect to other computers using SSH, Telnet and Rlogin protocols. PuTTY accepts only text input and sends this information as commands to the computer to which you are connected. The program is capable of entering the pasted information as a command and offers an easy method of copying text from the command load. PuTTY is free to download and use.Connect to your computer repota in PuTTY. The command window will open once the connection is established.
Copy the text into your notepad by selecting it in the PuTTY window. You can select multiple lines of text at the same time. After releasing the mouse button, all selected text is automatically copied to the board.
Pastes the text into PuTTY by pressing the right mouse button in the PuTTY command window. All the text on the board will be pasted automatically and sent as a command to the server.
How to cut, copy and paste on a Mac (In 4 Steps)
If you are new to Mac, an essential transition that you will have to get used to is that there is no right-click on a Mac laptop and you no longer use the Control button to display menus or do simple things like copy, cut or paste text. So how do you reuse your keyboard shortcuts to cut, copy and paste? Use the “Apple” button! The “Apple” button is usually called the command button and is positioned to the left of the space bar.
To copy texts, highlight the text you want to cut or copy. To copy the text, hold down the command button and press the C button on your keyboard. The text will be copied to your “clipboard”.
To run text, highlight the text you want to cut and copy. To cut the text, hold down the command button and press the X button on your keyboard. The text has been cut from its original location and placed on your “clipboard”.
To paste text, place the cursor where you want to put the copies or copied text. Hold down the command button and press the V button.
If you want to cut or copy an image, you will actually use the control button to display a submenu. From there, you can select cut or copy.
How to add text to a file in Linux via the command line (In 3 Steps)
From the point of view of the Linux operating system, all files are just sequences of bytes; Linux makes no distinction between files that contain human-readable text, hard-coded database tables, or executable machine code. The Linux command line, also called a “shell”, has powerful mechanisms for adding content to a file. In particular, you can add additional text to a Linux file from the command line.
Log into the computer.
Launch a shell, by logging in in text mode or by launching a Terminal window from the graphical desktop.
Enter the following command in the shell:
echo “new text” >> /home/fangulo/TextFile.txt
Replace “new text” with the text you want to add to the file, and replace “/home/fangulo/TextFile.txt” with the name and full path of the file to which you want to add the text. Press “Enter”. When the shell asks you for a new command, the text will have been added to the file.