Re[2]: openssh OR openssh-portable

From: JP Villa (Datafull.com) (root@datafull.com)
Date: 06/27/02


Date: Thu, 27 Jun 2002 16:39:46 -0300
From: "JP Villa (Datafull.com)" <root@datafull.com>
To: owner-freebsd-security@FreeBSD.ORG, Dag-Erling Smorgrav <des@ofug.org>

Taking a look at the handbook, it's pretty clear that
-STABLE is not an option for production boxes.
Personally, I prefer to stick with RELENG_4_6 because of
this. Then, the question is: What do I have to do with
OpenSSH? (don't tell me 2.9, I want the latest codebase
possible) The platform integration is not an issue for me
right now, as I just want the basic functionality and get
some good sleep.

I think the original question was pointing to this too,
so I rephrase: openssh or openssh-portable? or maybe
openssh 3.4 properly merged on a production codebase? and
in that case, when?

Best regards,

Juan Pablo Villa

DATAFULL.COM Sysadmin
Cuatro Cabezas S.A.
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Thursday, June 27, 2002, 9:29:29 AM, you wrote:

DES> Marcin Gryszkalis <mgryszkalis@cerint.pl> writes:
>> Which port should I use (I'm migrating from -stable basesystem ssh)

DES> Neither. Calm down and wait for 3.4p1 to hit -STABLE.

DES> DES

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