[Patch] Makefile.in, new install-nosysconf target

Phil Dibowitz phil at usc.edu
Tue Dec 7 13:23:18 EST 2004

On Tue, Dec 07, 2004 at 01:01:58PM +1100, Darren Tucker wrote:
> Phil Dibowitz wrote:
> >For various reasons, it makes our life easier at USC to have a
> >'install-nosysconf' target much like the install-nokeys target that was 
> >added
> >a while back.
> >
> >I mentioned this a few months back on this list and people seemed to think 
> >it
> >wouldn't be a problem to get it into the mainline tree.
> >
> >I've attached the patch -- it should keep 100% backwards compatibility.
> Looks OK to me (tests OK too :-).

Thanks. I have 3 patches we apply here at USC. I'm happy to send the others in
if there's a chance to get them applied, but I don't know how much people
would be interested in them:

1. The Makefile patch you just saw
2. Add two extra logit() calls to log the command when someone does "ssh host
command" - our security guys requested this, as it makes their life easier. I
figure there's a small chance you all may accept this.
3. Very, very basic BSM support (not nearly as robust as the support in
current CVS, but we've had it around for 10 years or so since we used
commercial SSH). I'm very excited for the BSM code you all have in CVS to make
it into a release so I can drop this patch.

So if 1 and 2 make it into a release and then the BSM code in CVS makes it
into a release, USC won't have to patch openssh anymore ;)

Phil Dibowitz
Systems Architect and Administrator
Enterprise Infrastructure / ISD / USC
UCC 174 - 213-821-5427

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