Are there OpenSSH library coding examples

Peter Stuge stuge-openssh-unix-dev at
Thu May 25 10:09:50 EST 2006

On Wed, May 24, 2006 at 02:07:34PM -0700, Frank Cusack wrote:
> > Getting off-topic now, but yet another SSH client implementation
> > is PuTTY, which is portable, self-contained and public domain.
> PuTTY is most certainly not public domain.

Certainly not! Thank you for correcting me! For the record:

"The PuTTY executables and source code are distributed under the MIT
licence, which is similar in effect to the BSD licence."

Thanks again, sorry about the noise, I think I need vacation to stop
making mistakes like this.


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