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KiTTY : Portability

Last modification : 2015/03/06 09:58

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By default, KiTTY uses the Windows registry database to save its configuration (sessions, host keys, parameters). It's possible to save it into a tree directories structure and to avoid writing anything into the registry.

To do that you just have to create a file called kitty.ini in the same directory where you put KiTTY binary, and add these two lines:

kitty.ini file
[KiTTY]
savemode=dir


At the very first use, it is possible to copy all the configuration from the registry for users who already created sessions with "normal" mode KiTTY. You just have to run the software on the command line with the parameter:
kitty.exe -convert-dir

This option will create 6 sub-directories: Commands Folders Launcher Sessions Sessions_Commands SshHostKeys containing all the configuration.


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