When the topic of SSH arises, most tutorials use PuTTY as the program of choice. But PuTTY is a Windows-only program, therefore people not on Windows cannot use it to access remote computers.
However, there is another SSH client called OpenSSH that is installed by default on macs and most Linux distributions which can be used to access remote computers/servers as well.
Ctrl + Alt + Tdoes the trick on Linux most of the time.)
ssh username@server_addrin your terminal, replacing username and server_addr with your username and the server's IP address/domain respectively
ssh email@example.com access my home directory on Bilkent servers.
logout). This will log you out and close the connection between you and the remote server.