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After creating txt file, you will have to create a BAT file or type it in the CMD prompt: ssh.cmd @echo on [to see what's going on] [Navigate to your PuTTY installation.] cd C:\Program Files\Putty Start putty.exe -ssh [domain name] -l [username] -pw [password] -m [the directory of the .txt file you created which contains the codes you want to be executed] ...


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If I understand you correctly, you want to edit files under Windows locally and run these as Python scripts on the Linux server without having to copy them manually over to the server. The easiest way would be to define X:\mapped_drive\all_folders\etc as a share on Windows and to mount it with e.g. smbmount or pref. cifs on the Linux server. Once mounted ...



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