echo @/;echo @/>test.txt;cat test.txt;touch @test.txt;ls @*
Hy, I have the same problem... I know, I need use ssh, I used, but lastday I reinstall my instance, and now I need manually set the ssh stuff... But I cant, because in the vultr console, no @ and no /, and I cant copy or paste (win10 op / debian 10 server, eng keyboard, eng win, etc...)... So now I think, I will destroy the current instance and I start a new... Anyway, It really doesnt care me this time, I reinstall a server, or I start a new, but the question is, what is the better for you?
NOTE: Remember when entering a password into the console you will not see anything and copy/paste will not work (without a work around that we wont get into).
Hi guys ,
I ve one answer and one question for that .I am a MacOs User. Mojave.Locale Charmap UTF-8.
I am using PuTTY as SSH . Go to system preferences/language®ion and changeyour language settings to English(US) and make it primary. Restart the system. Now by pressing alt+Q you can have @ sign.
Qustion is : how to copy a command line on the website and paste it to VULTR Console (or box or window . whatever you name it)
Anybody can help ?