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 File comments for:  Network » Misc » openssh.lha

Openssh

Description: OpenSSH secure connectivity tools
Download: openssh.lha
Version: 53.6
Date: 03 Jul 2010
Category: network/misc
FileID: 5667
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Comment by: salass00 (91.150.16.111)At: 11 Feb 2013, 21:37File version: 53.6
To get the sudo password prompt to work I just had to add the following 3 lines to ~/.bashrc on my Ubuntu system:
case "$TERM" in
amiga-8bit) stty icrnl;;
esac

TERM variable on the Amiga side is of course set to "amiga-8bit".
 
 
Comment by: salass00 (91.150.16.111)At: 20 Jan 2013, 15:06File version: 53.6
Just wanted to add that if your ssh:ing to an Ubuntu system and it doesn't recognise the amiga-8bit TERM type then just install the ncurses-term package on said system and it will fix this.

After doing this I can now use the arrow keys when ssh:ing from AmigaOS to my Ubuntu PC although some keys like page up/page down still seem to cause problems.

Also I want to add another vote for an sshd port as it would be very nice to have.
 
 
Comment by: Stangl (86.32.151.178)At: 26 Nov 2012, 11:20File version: 53.6
Nice. Please add SSHD to your cool Port.
 
 
Comment by: Zappa (86.32.151.147)At: 14 Apr 2012, 15:05File version: 53.6
Very Cool. Ty works super here.
Use Assign HOME: Devs:SSH (and add a Dir SSH in Devs) for better use
 
 
Comment by: Varthall (151.51.160.247)At: 01 Apr 2012, 08:14File version: 53.6
In order to make it possible to move the cursor with the arrow keys e.g. in pine, type "setenv TERM amiga-8bit" in the shell before running ssh. Thanks to Futaura for the hint: http://amigaworld.net/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=35282&forum=32
 
 
Comment by: Jack (132.68.248.123)At: 02 Aug 2009, 16:32File version: 53.3
Oops, the message is:
Could not create directory '../home/.ssh'.
 
 
Comment by: JAck (132.68.248.123)At: 02 Aug 2009, 16:31File version: 53.3
Oops, the message is:
Could not create directory '../home/.ssh'.
 
 
Comment by: Jack (132.68.248.123)At: 02 Aug 2009, 07:19File version: 53.3
Version 53.3 throws this message, previous worked (and still work f) fine.

 
 
Comment by: Jack (132.68.249.151)At: 13 Apr 2009, 18:26File version: 53.2
How do I setup vinced for use with ssh?
I can't see what I'm typing untill I "break name ssh all".
Tried vnc: and vnr: handlers.

Any ideas?
TIA
 
 
Comment by: Jack (80.179.208.174)At: 26 Jan 2009, 12:16File version: 53.1
Amigan:

It has nothing to do with web browsing.
But is has nice features like X11 forwarding, port tunnels (both directions).
Here I use it a lot, all the mentioned above options. Actually: can't live
without it.
Tunnels, for example, can be used for bringing networked licenses from one lan
to another. Or to bypass firewalls. between different lans without nagging on
network admins.
 
 
Comment by: Amigan (91.140.9.14)At: 26 Jan 2009, 00:54File version: 53.1
Probably a dumb question, but can this be used for web browsing or just for FTP
and telnet? I have never used a SSH clinet before.
 
 
Comment by: Jack (132.68.248.40)At: 21 Jan 2009, 17:44File version: 53.1
Huge thanks, Steven!
And: get a paypal account:-)
 
 
Comment by: Xeron (90.204.88.203)At: 21 Jan 2009, 13:26File version: 53.1
Steven, you rock!

@walkero
It would certainly be possible to write some kind of "SFTPMount". Don't look at
me, though :-)
 
 
Comment by: walkero (213.16.133.2)At: 20 Jan 2009, 07:23File version: 53.1
Is there a way to mount a computer as a workbench folder, as we could do with
the ftpmount? If not is there a way to connect and see all the files like a lan
hard drive?
 
 
Comment by: anonymous (90.201.184.153)At: 27 Nov 2007, 10:22File version: 52.2
Where is your "HOME" env variable pointing?

I found it didn't work when I set it to the root of a partition, but when set to




"Blah:Home/" it worked fine.
 
 
Comment by: Merkel (127.0.0.1)At: 20 Aug 2007, 17:36File version: 4.6p1-2
Same here... :-(
 
 
Comment by: Andrea (159.149.155.89)At: 20 Aug 2007, 17:29File version: 4.6p1-2
I have exactly the same problems using it!!! It never works when I try. I get
same messages like spot, only for different website in Italy! Why not works?
 
 
Comment by: spot (85.228.114.152)At: 20 Aug 2007, 16:23File version: 4.6p1-2
I've got some probs using it.
Here's the output.

/RAM Disk/openssh-bin> ssh xx.xxxxxxxx.se
Could not create directory '/home/.ssh'.
The authenticity of host 'xx.xxxxxxx.se (83.227.67.183)' can't be established.
RSA key fingerprint is ba:c1:9f:39:c7:95:3f:21:c1:2e:36:d5:58:09:e1:00.
Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)? yes
Failed to add the host to the list of known hosts (/home/.ssh/known_hosts).
Password:
 
 
Comment by: Andrea (159.149.155.89)At: 14 Aug 2007, 22:15File version: 4.6p1-1
Is working reasonably well here. So if this is a port, is possible to fix some
of the bugs in the next version? But thanks for the work!
 
 
Comment by: fryguy (80.68.127.227)At: 14 Aug 2007, 13:20File version: 4.6p1-1
neat! this is something that is needed imo.
 
 
Comment by: afxgroup (87.12.161.54)At: 14 Aug 2007, 10:35File version: 4.6p1-1
Well Done dude!
 
 
Comment by: MitchAt: 18 Dec 2006, 14:30File version: 4.5p1-1
VERY WELCOME addition to os4depot!

This has some problems in ssh.

1. TERM not set automatically.

2. su or a subsequent ssh just hangs on the password prompt

 
 
Comment by: orginAt: 18 Dec 2006, 07:43File version: 4.5p1-1
WOAH!
 
 

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