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[Files] OpenSSH v3.7.1p2 (Rev#2)ANN.lu
Posted on 23-Dec-2003 03:39 GMT by dcr852016 comments
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As requested I've recompiled this version for 68020+ users.
in addition I have used the latest OpenSSL version and removed ssh-rand-helper usage..this will speed up a bit the programs.

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OpenSSH v3.7.1p2 (Rev#2) : Comment 1 of 16ANN.lu
Posted by Fluke Slystalker on 23-Dec-2003 05:46 GMT
and removed ssh-rand-helper usage..this will speed up a bit the programs

Well... this sounds like good news, I think...?! The problem is I havn't got the faintest idea what you are saying. If you address users, I suggest you use an easy-to-understand language instead of using technical jibberish like this.

I take it you are developing for end-users and not developers?
OpenSSH v3.7.1p2 (Rev#2) : Comment 2 of 16ANN.lu
Posted by Francois Prowse on 23-Dec-2003 07:18 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (Fluke Slystalker):
Fluke - not sure why your so aggressive here towards someone that is contributing to the amiga plaform still. I'm an end user and I very much appreciate his work that is going into this.... Then again I know what he's talking about :) Get with the program.

FP
OpenSSH v3.7.1p2 (Rev#2) : Comment 3 of 16ANN.lu
Posted by Fluke Slystalker on 23-Dec-2003 07:27 GMT
In reply to Comment 2 (Francois Prowse):
Francois,

point taken - but would you please explain to me and other computer dummies how you are supposed to get with the program if the developer in question isn't making any sense? Isn't the entire point of announcing programming feats to stir up interest in your product?

I do appreciate the general idea of giving away what you've put time and effort in, but that isn't the same as saying you can't criticize people developing applications. After all, criticism fuels further development.

This said, I still think my initial comment is fair. I still don't understand what the developer means and I think that he has a lot more to gain than loose by spending half a minute more trying to promote his product.

My two cents, Francois. Happy holidays!
OpenSSH v3.7.1p2 (Rev#2) : Comment 4 of 16ANN.lu
Posted by Kolbjørn Barmen on 23-Dec-2003 07:58 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (Fluke Slystalker):
Obviously openssh isnt for dummies. Move along dummies, nothing here...
OpenSSH v3.7.1p2 (Rev#2) : Comment 5 of 16ANN.lu
Posted by Piru on 23-Dec-2003 08:21 GMT
"removed ssh-rand-helper usage"

What did you replace it with? This is sort of important component as it's used to generate random entropy.
OpenSSH v3.7.1p2 (Rev#2) : Comment 6 of 16ANN.lu
Posted by Kolbjørn Barmen on 23-Dec-2003 09:21 GMT
In reply to Comment 5 (Piru):
Perhaps he lets OpenSSL do the job.
OpenSSH v3.7.1p2 (Rev#2) : Comment 7 of 16ANN.lu
Posted by dcr8520 on 23-Dec-2003 17:25 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (Fluke Slystalker):
If you dont know what I mean is due you do not need ssh and you are not using it,
or atleast you haven't read the Aminet-like readme file I've included with the Rev.1

Of course if you want to know more you can always go to the official OpenSSH website www.openssh.org
OpenSSH v3.7.1p2 (Rev#2) : Comment 8 of 16ANN.lu
Posted by dcr8520 on 23-Dec-2003 17:31 GMT
In reply to Comment 5 (Piru):
as said Barmen, I have used OpenSSL, which in the function RAND_poll() (crypto/rand/rand_unix.c)
I've replaced the unix stuff with amiga-friendly, getting the data to seed from the list of
devices or the datestamp..and some crap from memory.

In addition to OpenSSL I have used the follow directly from OpenSSH ( entropy.c:seed_rng() )

[.......]
unsigned char buf[RANDOM_SEED_SIZE];
struct DateStamp ds;

if (RAND_status() == 1) {
debug3("RNG is ready, skipping seeding");
return;
}

DateStamp(&ds);
snprintf( buf, RANDOM_SEED_SIZE, "%ld", (long)( ds.ds_Tick << RangeRand(ds.ds_Tick)));

RAND_add(buf, sizeof(buf), sizeof(buf));
memset(buf, '\0', sizeof(buf));

if (RAND_status() != 1)
fatal("PRNG is not seeded");
[.......]

with both methods I think is sufficient to generate proper entropy (atleast works fine and fast ;)
OpenSSH v3.7.1p2 (Rev#2) : Comment 9 of 16ANN.lu
Posted by sarag on 23-Dec-2003 18:52 GMT
I cannot find the sources. Where are they ?
OpenSSH v3.7.1p2 (Rev#2) : Comment 10 of 16ANN.lu
Posted by Fabio Alemagna on 23-Dec-2003 23:53 GMT
In reply to Comment 9 (sarag):
> I cannot find the sources. Where are they ?

They don't need to be anywhere (although it would be nice if they were), since the license doesn't demand it.
OpenSSH v3.7.1p2 (Rev#2) : Comment 11 of 16ANN.lu
Posted by 680x0 troll on 24-Dec-2003 08:02 GMT
680x0 is Dying!

it is now official - Netcraft has confirmed: 680x0 is dying

Yet another crippling bombshell hit the beleaguered 680x0 community when
recently IDC confirmed that 680x0 accounts for less than a fraction of 1
percent of all servers. Coming on the heels of the latest Netcraft
survey which plainly states that 680x0 has lost more market share, this
news serves to reinforce what we've known all along. 680x0 is collapsing
in complete disarray, as fittingly exemplified by failing dead last
in the recent Sys Admin comprehensive networking test.

You don't need to be a Kreskin to predict the 680x0's
future. The hand writing is on the wall: 680x0 faces a bleak future. In
fact there won't be any future at all for 680x0 because 680x0 is dying.
Things are looking very bad for 680x0. As many of us are already aware,
680x0 continues to lose market share. Red ink flows like a river of
blood. Amiga is the most endangered of them all, having lost 93% of
its core developers.

How about recompiling for x86 Aros? :D
OpenSSH v3.7.1p2 (Rev#2) : Comment 12 of 16ANN.lu
Posted by Kolbjørn Barmen on 24-Dec-2003 16:38 GMT
In reply to Comment 11 (680x0 troll):
You want KickFlash for your PC? Fine.. get busy with that soldering iron :)
OpenSSH v3.7.1p2 (Rev#2) : Comment 13 of 16ANN.lu
Posted by Kolbjørn Barmen on 24-Dec-2003 16:39 GMT
In reply to Comment 12 (Kolbjørn Barmen):
Ups.. wrong thread :)

So, you want OpenSSH for AROS.
Well, there's a need for a TCP stack first.
OpenSSH v3.7.1p2 (Rev#2) : Comment 14 of 16ANN.lu
Posted by dcr8520 on 24-Dec-2003 18:14 GMT
In reply to Comment 9 (sarag):
The sources are here: ftp://ftp.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/OpenSSH/portable/ ... :)

Things to do:

run ./configure with '--with-md5-passwords' (although sshd will still not work..)

on 'defines.h' set '#define USE_PIPES 1'

on 'entropy.c' set the function seed_rng() like in my comment 8.

add to CFLAGS '-Dfork=vfork' ..

thats all, as I remember, if any problem let me know it...
OpenSSH v3.7.1p2 (Rev#2) : Comment 15 of 16ANN.lu
Posted by anon on 24-Dec-2003 22:20 GMT
In reply to Comment 14 (dcr8520):
nice, thanks :D

now just gotta bug the Aros guys about the TCP/IP bugs I haven't figured out how to work around yet :D
OpenSSH v3.7.1p2 (Rev#2) : Comment 16 of 16ANN.lu
Posted by Crumb // AAT on 24-Dec-2003 23:16 GMT
Good Job Diego!
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