Install PuTTY in Ubuntu Linux
Ubuntu comes with the built-in command-line based openSSH client, but there are third-party utilities with more advanced features.
PuTTY is a free and open source terminal emulator application for Ubuntu Linux. Putty can act as a client for the various protocols such as SSH, SCP, Telnet, and Rlogin TCP computing protocols.
Before using PuTTY, you need to install it using the apt install command:
sudo apt update sudo apt install putty
After the installation is completed, open the PuTTY terminal from the Ubuntu Application menu.