PuTTY terminal not working on Ubuntu 22.04 & Linux after installation

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PuTTY is a popular terminal to connect server via secure shell (SSH) connection. Linux users, including those on Ubuntu, widely utilize PuTTY for networking professionals. However, sometime faced some issues with PuTTY terminal functionality.

In this blog post, we will explore common problems users face and provide troubleshooting steps to resolve them, ensuring a seamless PuTTY experience on your Ubuntu system.


I guess in Ubuntu 22.04 normally used putty version 0.76 with default fonts (“Server.fixed”).

Go to Putty Configuration –> Window –> Fonts.

Define as ‘Font used for ordinary text’ another font that is listed and previewed without problem (eg Ubuntu Mono).

Putty Not Working in Ubuntu

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