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2010 Mar 09
2
[PATCH/cygwin]: Fix Makefiles
Hi, below is a patch which only affects Cygwin. It adds the $(EXEEXT) suffix in calls to install, and it fixes the list of documentation files to install into /usr/share/doc/openssh in a Cygwin installation. Thanks, Corinna Index: Makefile.in =================================================================== RCS file: /cvs/openssh/Makefile.in,v retrieving
2002 Apr 01
0
[Bug 198] New: Error getting file with sftp on old F-Secure servers
http://bugzilla.mindrot.org/show_bug.cgi?id=198 Summary: Error getting file with sftp on old F-Secure servers Product: Portable OpenSSH Version: 3.1p1 Platform: Sparc OS/Version: Solaris Status: NEW Severity: major Priority: P2 Component: sftp AssignedTo: openssh-unix-dev at
2001 Oct 16
6
program-prefix does not work
the configure option --program-prefix does not work although it is listed in teh configure --help output. The attached patch fixes these issues: 1) program prefix is not substituted in configure 2) program prefix is not present in Makefile 3) scp requires use of a known "scp" program -- bryan diff -cr openssh-2.9.9p2.orig/Makefile.in openssh-2.9.9p2/Makefile.in ***
2002 Mar 26
0
[Bug 187] New: ssh-keygen not converting from and to SECSH standard correctly
http://bugzilla.mindrot.org/show_bug.cgi?id=187 Summary: ssh-keygen not converting from and to SECSH standard correctly Product: Portable OpenSSH Version: 3.1p1 Platform: Sparc OS/Version: Solaris Status: NEW Severity: normal Priority: P2 Component: ssh-keygen
2001 Jun 22
0
PATCH: Makefile.in more upgrade friendly.
Hello again, In my constant recompiles of 2.9p1 and 2.9p2, I've noticed that upgrading a current installation with a test compile leads to tons of files being updated even when they don't need to be. The attached patch for Makefile.in splits the install-files target into a bunch of serparate targets: install-dirs, install-prog, install-man, install-conf, which are then all called in
2003 Nov 15
2
[patch] 3.7.1p2: slogin symlink fixes
Hello, There are three small problems with the "slogin" and "slogin.1" symlinks created upon installation: 1. "./" is included in the target path unnecessarily. 2. Symlinks are assumed to be available, while only hardlinks could. 3. EXEEXT is not respected for slogin. Here is a fix for both problems -- the "./" is simply removed, EXEEXT is
2007 Sep 19
0
[LLVMdev] 2.1 Pre-Release Available (testers needed)
Tanya Lattner wrote: > LLVMers, > > The 2.1 pre-release (version 1) is available for testing: > http://llvm.org/prereleases/2.1/version1/ A couple months ago, I had a problem packaging llvm-gcc for macports because one of the binaries from llvm-gcc was somehow getting used by Apple's gcc driver instead of the native one. This was causing some subtle bugs
2008 Apr 21
3
FIPS 140-2 OpenSSL(2007) patches
Hi, I am happy to (re)send a set of patches for compiling OpenSSH 4.7p1 with FIPS 140-2 OpenSSL. These are based on previously reported patches by Steve Marquess <marquess at ieee.org> and Ben Laurie <ben at algroup.co.uk>, for ver. OpenSSH 3.8. Note that these patches are NOT OFFICIAL, and MAY be used freely by anyone. Issues [partially] handled: SSL FIPS Self test. RC4,
2007 Sep 19
4
[LLVMdev] 2.1 Pre-Release Available (testers needed)
On Sep 18, 2007, at 9:28 PM, Erick Tryzelaar wrote: > Tanya Lattner wrote: >> LLVMers, >> >> The 2.1 pre-release (version 1) is available for testing: >> http://llvm.org/prereleases/2.1/version1/ > > A couple months ago, I had a problem packaging llvm-gcc for macports > because one of the binaries from llvm-gcc was somehow getting used
2001 Feb 07
2
Patch for unformatted manpages
The attached patch (relative to the current CVS snapshot) uses a perl script to convert the OpenSSH manpages from the BSD -mdoc format to the -man format used by other systems. This allows the unformatted manpages to be installed normally, rather than defaulting to preformatted pages. I'd like to see this patch integrated into the portable version of OpenSSH. Please let me know what you
2016 Jan 19
2
OpenSSH portability & buildsystem fixes
Hi, I recently ported OpenSSH to my hobbyist operating system. The portable release is very straightforward to work with, but it had a few minor issues where it assumes the existence of things that might not be on a POSIX 2008 system. This are the list of issues I encountered that I believe makes sense to upstream. * <sys/param.h> is included in many files and isn't a standard
2002 Mar 12
0
OpenSSH 3.1: ssh-rand-helper
Dear openssh-developers, the new external program ssh-rand-helper appeared in OpenSSH 3.1. While the SFTP_SERVER is defined using a _PATH_SFTP_SERVER pointing to SFTP_SERVER in Makefile.in and defining a default-path in pathnames.h the ssh-rand-helper is simply SSH_RAND_HELPER and defined with a fixed path in Makefile.in and not having a default in pathnames.h. I propose a handling analogous to
2003 May 10
0
Small Makefile.in Patch
This is a fairly inconsequential patch, but it comes in handy in a few instances. The patch simply splits install-files into "install-files" and "install-sysconf" - taking all of the sysconfdir stuff and putting in its own target which I then added to 'install' and 'install-nokeys'. I then added an install-nosysconf to NOT do that stuff. This helped us
2004 Dec 06
1
[Patch] Makefile.in, new install-nosysconf target
For various reasons, it makes our life easier at USC to have a 'install-nosysconf' target much like the install-nokeys target that was added a while back. I mentioned this a few months back on this list and people seemed to think it wouldn't be a problem to get it into the mainline tree. I've attached the patch -- it should keep 100% backwards compatibility. Thanks. -- Phil
2001 Feb 12
3
add scp path to _PATH_STDPATH
what do you think about this patch to add the path to scp to _PATH_STDPATH? is there a better or cleaner way to do this? i'm hoping to ward off 'scp doesn't work' questions for the next release. i did *not* add this to a --with-default-path path, because if a user specifies that, they should control its value completely. Index: Makefile.in
2007 Dec 29
0
building dovecot-sieve against installed dovecot
Hi Timo, may I request once more to consider the attached patch for dovecot 1.1, it enables the sieve plugin (incl. sievec and sieved, needed for pysieved) to be built against an installed dovecot package, if --enable-header-install additionally installs the liblib.a library in the same directory as dovecot-config. I have included this patch in the pkgsrc dovecot 1.1 package a while ago. Geert
2003 Jun 20
0
[PATCH] Regression test portabilization.
Hi All. Attached is a patch (against OpenSSH Portable -current) to portablize the regression tests. It will also apply to OpenBSD's (with a couple of rejects). They are based on work by Roumen Petrov and myself, with contributions from Corinna Vinschen and David M Williams. My goal is to have the tests work out of the box on as many of our supported platforms as possible so running the
2006 Apr 11
0
Problem building openssh-4.3p2 under cygwin and windows XP
I am trying to build openssh-4.3p2 portable source under Cygwin running under Windows XP SP2. I have installed Cygwin 1.5.19-4 along with these significant packages (installed using the cygwin setup program): gcc 3.4.4-1 minires-devel 1.00-1 openssl 0.9.8a-1 openssl-devel 0.9.8a-1 openssl097 0.9.7i-1 tcp_wrappers 7.6-1 zlib 1.2.3-1 I used the instructions in
2017 Mar 08
2
Logging with ForceCommand and SCP
Hello List, I'am using the ForceCommand in my sshd configuration to log all the user actions on my device. ForceCommand /usr/bin/log-session.sh The Log Session Script itself is working fine for logging. But now I want also use SCP to copy files and this won't work together with the ForceCommand above. The copied file is created but its zero byte on the target. scp
2014 Mar 21
2
Bug? between OpenSSH 6.4p1 and 6.5p1(also 6.6p1)
The problem I am seeing was introduced between 6.4p1 and 6.5p1 (and still exists in 6.6p1). With HostbasedAuthentication/EnableSSHKeysign turned on, I am seeing one of two sets of messages: no matching hostkey found ssh_keysign: no reply key_sign failed and not a valid request ssh_keysign: no reply key_sign failed Then in either case two password prompts: bowman at