OpenSSH 8.3p1 on Fedora 1

Darren Tucker dtucker at
Mon Aug 10 10:20:45 AEST 2020

On Mon, 10 Aug 2020 at 10:04, Jeffrey Walton <noloader at> wrote:
> I'm not sure if the compat team is interested in this...
> I build OpenSSH on antique systems for regression testing, like Fedora
> 1 and Ubuntu 4.

I think I could out-antique that :-)  The general rule is that we'll
support something as long as someone is willing to do the work, and
that it does not compromise support for modern platforms.

> On Fedora 1 this is observed (Ubuntu 4 is OK):
>    $ ssh
>    Last login: Sun Aug  9 23:39:18 2020 from
>    unknown terminal "xterm-256color"
>    unknown terminal "xterm-256color"

Usually that comes from the client's $TERM.   If you do "TERM=vt100
ssh" does it go away?

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