I am writing "HOW-TO install and integrate ssh on Mac OS X" ... (Where can I publish it?)

Andrew Farmer andfarm at thibs.menloschool.org
Wed Dec 3 11:08:18 EST 2003

On Tue, 02 Dec 2003 15:50:54 -0800, Robert muttered:
> I want to install my own ./config(ured) version becorse I disabled 
> everythin I don't need.

Well, there's no harm in having stuff ./configured in if you just disable
it in /etc/ssh_config.

> If I install in /usr/bin, the next software upgrade will replace it 
> (when a newer OpenSSH version comes out).

Correction: the next OpenSSH update will replace it. But you'll have to
reinstall your own version anyway, since Apple only updates OpenSSH for
major security issues or major system upgrades (10.2 -> 10.3, for example).

Andrew Farmer
andfarm at thibs.menloschool.org
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