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Are there any plans or even a chance that Tectia will have ssh Client & Server support for Apple's Macintosh (Mac OS X)? I have to support more and more Macs and I would much rather use sshg3 (we now use in on all of our Linux and UNIX systems) than openssh.

asked Jan 13 '10 at 14:54

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edited Jan 14 '10 at 07:16

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Thanks Lee for your feedback! Demand for Mac OS X support is expected to rise with enterprises adopting more and more Mac OS in their environments. For now we have not received a lot of demand for it and we continue to follow closely the market evolution.

May I ask you in what kind of environment you are running Mac OS X and what kind of use case do you have for SSH/SFTP usage?

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answered Jan 14 '10 at 07:37

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Our testing & deployment specialist uses a Mac with OSX 10.7, running MyEclipse 10. Currently she keeps an ancient PC since it is the only environment where SSH Client runs. When will the Linux version of Tectia SSH Client be available for Mac OSX 10.7?

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answered Mar 06 '12 at 02:08

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