OpenSSH VPN technology, installed by default on most Linux, BSD, and Unix systems, lets you mix and match different clients and servers easily.
When I do:
tar -zxvf openssh-5.8p1.tar.gz
mv openssh-5.8p1 openssh-5.8p1_downloaded
apt-get source openssh-server
diff -r openssh-5.8p1 openssh-5.8p1_downloaded/ | wc -l
I get loads of differences (wc -l retur
I have been trying to upgrade my SSH to be PCI compliant and i have locked myself out:
I followed this : http://forums.cpanel.net/f5/whats-ta...er-170818.html
#Saving old sshd init scr
I want to build a deb package with the latest version of openssh from source. Then I want to install it on my machine.
How do I create and setup an OpenSSH config file to create shortcuts for servers I frequently access under Linux or Unix desktop operating systems?Read answer to: "OpenSSH Config File Examples"
I need to setup an Archlinux vps with openssh, everything is running smoothly except that I couldn't ssh in.
I had a medium EC2 instance which I changed to a small instance. After doing so I could no longer SSH in to the instance.
We want to limit root SSH login to only a few networks that we consider "safe" (VPN, etc.) without imposing the same condition on other accounts.
In OpenSSH 5.x, we could use the match block. However, that is not an option in OpenSSH 4.x which is what we are limited to in RHEL5.
I was thinking perhaps this could be done using PAM. Anyone have any idea?
I have some users using that are browsing the web via an ssh tunnel through tinyproxy and have problems with terminals dying with a WSAETIMEDOUT error.
Is there a way to increase performance of OpenSSH to make it more stable? I'm running OpenSSH 2.0 on Ubuntu 11.10 server.
You need to install OpenSSH ASAP if you're affected or use the patch below
This document may be found at: http://www.openssh.com/txt/gcmrekey.adv