Re: evaluate the best SSH client (was: Print in PuTTy)
From: Dimitri Maziuk (dima_at_127.0.0.1)
Date: Tue, 8 Feb 2005 17:30:35 +0000 (UTC)
Richard E Silverman sez:
>>>>>> "DM" == Dimitri Maziuk <email@example.com> writes:
> DM> The problem with that argument is that "must support" is a
> DM> requirement of the protocol whereas "enabled" is a run-time
> DM> configuration issue.
> That would be meaningless.
> Besides, since there *is* no other broadly used public-key mechanism used
> to authenticate user access on Unix machines, if this were a "requirement"
> no one would ever have used SSH public-key authentication. How, exactly,
> would that have been an improvement?
I'm not saying anything about improvement. I'm saying the critique
-- True courage comes from steadying yourself and forcing yourself to ssh into the fscking thing yet again and not admitting that it doesn't care what it's done to your life. -- "Hidden among the nodes" by ADB