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PuTTY for Symbian OS -------------------- Version 1.6 Development Snapshot Copyright 2002-2010 Petteri Kangaslampi Copyright 2009-2010 Risto Avila Portions copyright Sergei Khloupnov, James Nash, Damion Yates, and Gabor Keresztfavli. Based on PuTTY 0.60, Copyright 1997-2007 Simon Tatham. See license.txt for full copyright and license information. Introduction ------------ This package contains a development snapshot for PuTTY SSH client for Symbian OS version 1.6. PuTTY 1.6 only officially supports S60 3rd and 5th edition phones. The Series 80 version may still work but is not supported -- Series 80 Communicator users are recommended to continue using version 1.5. S60 3rd and 5th edition builds are distributed separately, make sure you use the correct version for your phone model: putty_s60v3_* S60 third edition, supporting all current S60 smartphones without a touchscreen. Includes Nokia E61, E71, N80, N95 etc putty_s60v5_* S60 fifth edition, supporting all current S60 smartphones with a touchscreen. Includes Nokie 5800, N97 etc A separate UIQ v3.x port is available at http://coredump.fi/putty PuTTY is free software, and available with full source code under a very liberal license agreement. See the user's guide for further documentation. Installing PuTTY ---------------- PuTTY S60 installation packages are self-signed. Many S60 devices, including all Nokia E-series phones, refuse to install self-signed applications by default. To enable this, go to the device main menu, select Tools and start Application Manager. From the application manager press Options, select Settings, and set Software installation to All. The names will be different in devices using a different language but the same setting should be present. This is a mandatory operation, otherwise PuTTY will not install, and the installer will complain about a certificate error! Unfortunately there is no way to add new trusted application signing keys to an S60 device, so you will need to use PGP signatures to verify their authentity. All installation packages have a separate PGP signature. The key is available at http://www.s2.org/~pekangas/petteri_pgp_2008.asc and on OpenPGP key servers, ID E393AD7C. S60 releases are distributed in files named putty_s60v?_version.zip. Download the version you want, verify its PGP signature, unzip the file, and transfer the .SISX package from the archive to your phone. You can then install the package by opening it from the e.g. the Messages Inbox or using the file manager. Changes ------- Main changes since 1.5: - Included Risto Avila's S60 5th edition touch UI in the releases. See Changelog in the source distribution for more details. Future plans ------------ The main new feature in PuTTY 1.6 is S60 5th edition touch screen support, which is fairly complete. Some further enhancements and new features are likely before the final release. Contact information ------------------- The project home page is at http://s2putty.sourceforge.net/ The site also contains the source code, news, and other useful information. Feedback, bug reports, comments, and questions can be e-mailed to email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org (S60 5th ed touch UI) We can't promise to answer all e-mail, but will definitely read it all. Mailing lists, downloads, and other information can be found at http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/s2putty/ Acknowledgements ---------------- This Symbian OS port is partially based on the SyOSsh by Gabor Keresztfavli. Especially the network code, noise generation, and storage implementation borrow heavily from SyOSsh. The original S60 port was written by Sergei Khloupnov. S60 3rd ed icon by James Nash <http://cirrus.twiddles.com/> S60 5th edition & symbain^3 touch UI by Risto Avila. Obviously this program wouldn't exist without the original PuTTY SSH client by Simon Tatham and others. Many thanks for writing such an excellent application and releasing it as free software!