In order to install these plugins, just download them and put them in the same directory than MobaXterm executable.
If you need to enhance MobaXterm with extra tools and commands, you can also use the MobApt package manager: type "MobApt" (or "apt-get") inside MobaXterm terminal.
CygUtils.plugin: Collection of core UNIX tools for Windows
Corkscrew: Corkscrew allows to tunnel TCP connections through HTTP proxies
Curl: Curl is a command line tool for transferring data with URL syntax
CvsClient: A command line tool to access CVS repositories
Gcc, G++ and development tools: the GNU C/C++ compiler and other development tools
DnsUtils: This plugin includes some useful utilities for host name resolution: dig, host, nslookup and nsupdate.
E2fsProgs: Utilities for creating, fixing, configuring, and debugging ext2/3/4 filesystems.
Emacs: The extensible, customizable, self-documenting real-time display editor
Exif: Command-line utility to show EXIF information hidden in JPEG files.
FVWM2: A light but powerful window manager for X11.
File: Determines file type using magic numbers.
Fontforge: A complete font editor with many features
GFortran: The GNU Fortran compiler.
Git: A fast and powerful version control system.
Gvim: The Vim editor with a GTK interface
Httperf: A tool for measuring web server performance.
Joe: Fast and simple editor which emulates 5 other editors.
Lftp: Sophisticated file transfer program and ftp/http/bittorrent client.
Lrzsz: Unix communication package providing the XMODEM, YMODEM ZMODEM file transfer protocols.
Lynx: A text-mode web browser.
MPlayer: The ultimate video player
Midnight Commander: Midnight Commander is a feature rich text mode visual file manager.
Mosh: MOSH has been included into MobaXterm main executable in version 7.1 directly in the sessions manager. This plugin is deprecated.
Multitail: Program for monitoring multiple log files, in the fashion of the original tail program.
NEdit: NEdit is a multi-purpose text editor for the X Window System.
OpenSSL: A toolkit implementing SSL v2/v3 and TLS protocols.
PdKsh: A KSH shell open-source implementation.
Perl: Larry Wall's Practical Extracting and Report Language
Png2Ico: Png2Ico Converts PNG files to Windows icon resource files.
Python: An interpreted, interactive object-oriented programming language.
Ruby: Interpreted object-oriented scripting language.
Screen: Screen is a terminal multiplexer and window manager that runs many separate 'screens' on a single physical character-based terminal.
Sqlite3: Software library that implements a self-contained, serverless, zero-configuration, transactional SQL database engine.
SquashFS: mksquashfs and unsquashfs tools allow you to create/unpack squashfs filesystems from Windows.
Subversion (SVN): Subversion is a powerful version control system.
Tcl / Tk / Expect: Tcl is a simple-to-learn yet very powerful language. Tk is its graphical toolkit. Expect is an automation tool for terminal.
X11Fonts: Complete set of fonts for X11 server.
X3270Suite: IBM 3270 terminal emulator for Windows.
XServers: Xephyr, Xnest, Xdmx, Xvfb and Xfake alternate X11 servers.
Xmllint: A command line XML tool.
Zip: Zip compression utility.
Snaphat also bundled some other plugins (Python, Cmake, Graphviz, Lua, Readline and CGDB) that you can download from his website.
Rthomson also bundled a "Tmux" plugin that you can download from his website.
Sources for each plugins are available here.
Each license can be found in the corresponding source package.
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