[openssh-commits] [openssh] 02/02: upstream: hostname is not specified by POSIX but uname -n is, so use
dtucker at dtucker.net
Mon Feb 8 10:30:16 AEDT 2021
On Mon, 8 Feb 2021 at 09:53, Bob Proulx <bob at proulx.com> wrote:
> I'll just note that on Debian, Ubuntu, other derivatives (such as
> Mint, Trisquel...) both the "uname -n" and "hostname" values would
> typically be just the short name. It's not just UnixWare...
Fortunately for this purpose it only matters that the output from
hostname(1) matches the return from gethostname(2), which in this case
it does. so the test still passes on those platforms:
$ cat /etc/lsb-release
DISTRIB_DESCRIPTION="Ubuntu 20.04.2 LTS"
$ ./ssh -o controlpath='%L' -G ::1 | grep controlpath
$ ./ssh -o controlpath='%l' -G ::1 | grep controlpath
$ make t-exec LTESTS=percent TEST_SSH_UNSAFE_PERMISSIONS=1
ok percent expansions
make: Leaving directory '/home/dtucker/openssh/regress'
all t-exec passed
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