One of the tools I use every day is the (very) lightweight SSH client, Putty.
I understand that I can spawn a terminal and use SSH at the command prompt of my Zonbu, which I’ve done a number of times over the past few days. However, Putty is nice enough to remember my frequently used hosts, and various other settings that I need to make on a per system basis.
Putty also allows me to capture data from my SSH sessions to files and various other handy things. The binary itself is tiny and I think it has few, if any, dependencies…
While not a tool for everyday “average” users, it would be well worth slipping it on the Internet of Accessories Menu for the more technically inclinded Zonbu users. I have a feeling this particular market, those who use it as a second or third PC around the house, as well as around the office, will find this invaluable.
I won’t make many application requests, as I enjoy the purity of the Zonbu model, but Putty fills a specific need and can be added for at virtually no memory or performance cost.
That’s a good deal no matter how you slice it.