folding Apple tweaks into openssh
Disco Vince Giffin
vgiffin at apple.com
Thu Jan 8 05:42:24 EST 2009
Most of the Apple patches have been submitted (via https://bugzilla.mindrot.org/
) and can be found by searching OpenSSH's Bugzilla. A number have
been incorporated into the upstream OpenSSH. If there are any
specific patches on Apple's open source site (http://www.opensource.apple.com
) that you feel should be taken into the upstream source, please
comment in the corresponding Bugzilla bug.
- Disco Vince Giffin
On Jan 7, 2009, at 3:52 AM, Jim Reid wrote:
> Hi. Apple have a bunch of patches to openssh that they have folded
> into the version that's shipped with MacOSX. Some of these are very
> convenient: like automagically starting an ssh-agent at login/boot
> time and the ability to have SSH passphrases stored and fetched from
> the Keychain. It would be nice if these could be considered for
> rolling in to a future release of openssh.
> FWIW the patches are at http://www.opensource.apple.com/darwinsource/10.5.6/OpenSSH-95.1.5/patches
> . As far as I'm aware they're open source and not encumbered by
> licensing nasties.
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