WinOnMacs released Putty++ 9.1 for Microsoft Windows today.
PuTTY++ is a telnet and SSH client for Windows and UNIX. It supports several network protocols, including SCP, SSH, Telnet, rlogin, and raw socket connection.
The cost of Putty 9.1 is only $15.00. Anyone who has purchased Putty in the past three months is entitled to a free upgrade. Putty comes with three months of upgrades and of course a 14-day money back guarantee.
Version 9.1 New Features:
- Windows 64 bit now supported
- Minor bug fixes
We now use FastSpring as our preferred storefront, you can pay with Credit / Debit Cards, PayPal, Amazon payments, Wire Transfer etc. etc. This store is very secure, simple and fast.
Recently there were multiple requests to provide experimental OS X 64 bit packages. I decided to give it a try and updated our build system and cross compiling tool-chain during the last days. Luckily the whole idea turned out to be less difficult than I thought, and I can now present you the first 64-bit Wine packages for testing. It would be great to have some testers to find out if I made a mistake during the packaging and to evaluate how good the OS X 64 bit support already works, despite the GS segment / TEB problem.
You can find the Wine-Staging 2.6 development build. I didn’t use the WineHQ url because those packages are really in a very early stage, so I would like to have some more testers first before we push it to the users. The pkg installer will now provide you with an option to enable 64 bit support.
Putty for Mac