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imMute
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Portable PuTTY

Yes, I know about PortaPutty, and it rocks.
But what I am requesting is a PortableApps installation package. That way the .putty dir is hidden away in the PortableApps data section.
I cant really figure out how to make the package myself (using the Sudoku package as a guide)
Perhaps someone who knows what they are doing could do this and make thousands happy!

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Just want to second this

Just want to second this request.

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You,

just want to second the request, I want to request that people SEARCH before posting, this has been mentioned before.

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I would like

to second that request Blum
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I did search, I found a few

I did search, I found a few threads about putty, and all suggested PortaPutty.
But what I asked for was a PortableApps package put on the site, with an installer and everything. THAT, I have not found in the requests.

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Nope.
Why duplicate the project when there's a perfectly fine one out there?
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>.<

>.< Its not a duplicate. ITS AN INSTALLER FOR PORTAPUTTY!

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PuTTY

PuTTY Installer....

//\PortableApps\putty

PuTTY and Portable PuTTY are standalone programs.... Their is nothing to install crept to unzip to a folder of your liking... Placed within the PortableApps folder within a sub-folder, portableApps Menu will see the files and list them.

I use both versions to access high level systems with no problems and no installers..

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except putty uses the

except putty uses the registry
and porta-putty leaves that .putty directory in / instead of /PortableApps/PortaPutty/.putty or /PortableApps/PortaPutty/Data

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NOP.... .putty fallows

NOP.... .putty fallows PuTTY.exe around, so if you just drop PuTTY into the root dir then it's there.. If .putty folder is not in the same folder as PuTTY.exe, then it wont find your saved settings.

If it's doing something different, make sure you got the up-dated copy;
socialistsushi.com/portaputty

As before... read the main post on portable putty;
post 1134

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Y'know, honestly, I wish

Y'know, honestly, I wish people'd stop just telling the OP to "search", or to read that thread, without taking the time to understand what he is asking for. Sad I actually came here with the *exact* same request as his, and while it might not be tops on anybody's to-do list given the excellent work by Brian on portaPuTTY, the matter of data in a non-compliant location won't truly be addressed until there's a specific paf-compliant build from source.

It's not like you can't use portaPuTTY as-is... but it should be noted that the more we get comfortable using apps that don't adhere to the standardized data locations that help make PortableApps so great, the more lax we'll get about making truly compliant app builds at all. Then we're basically back where we started--some loose apps on a flash drive.

Don't worry, I know where you're coming from on this one, imMute.

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