On Sun, Apr 03, 2005 at 10:45:27AM +1000, Darren Tucker wrote:
> The changes since 4.0 are mostly bugfixes, for a detailed list see
> http://bugzilla.mindrot.org/show_bug.cgi?id=994
> Running the regression tests supplied with Portable does not require
> installation and is a simply:
> $ ./configure && make tests

Testing vs. CVS as of today.

SCO 3.2v4.2:


error: "This Platform is no longer supported."

(well, that was just for completeness anyway)

NetBSD 2.0.2 on Sparc64 (should find all endianness and word-size issues):

- configure:

WARNING: the operating system that you are using does not
appear to support either the getpeereid() API nor the
SO_PEERCRED getsockopt() option. These facilities are used to
enforce security checks to prevent unauthorised connections to
ssh-agent. Their absence increases the risk that a malicious
user can connect to your agent.

out of curiousity: who *does* support this, if not the BSDs? Or is it
just NetBSD that can't do it yet?

- make:

all fine

- make tests:

reexec tests: proto 2
ok reexec tests
run test brokenkeys.sh ...
ok broken keys

--> all fine

good work!


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