Damien Miller wrote:
> Also, OpenSSH Portable has a (completely voluntary) configuration
> survey [...]
> The raw data will be available only to the development team, however
> we may publish summary data at some point in the future. This data
> will help us to better support your platforms.


In case anyone is morbidly curious about the high-level results of the
survey so far, the results are below (41 responses in total, all numbers
as percentages)

breakdown by operating system (as reported by uname)
39.0 Linux
9.8 AIX
7.3 NetBSD
7.3 SunOS
4.9 HP-UX
4.9 OpenBSD
4.9 FreeBSD
4.9 SCO_SV
4.9 UnixWare
4.9 Darwin
2.4 sco42
2.4 CYGWIN_NT-5.1
2.4 UNIX_SV

breakdown by architecture
68.3 i386
14.6 powerpc
7.3 sparc
2.4 hppa2.0w
2.4 x86_64
2.4 hppa2.0n
2.4 sparc64

breakdown by compiler
34.1 gcc 3.3.x
14.6 gcc 3.4.x
14.6 gcc 2.95.x
7.3 gcc 2.96.x
7.3 gcc 3.2.x
4.9 gcc 4.0.x
4.9 cc
4.9 gcc 2.7.x
2.4 ccache gcc
2.4 egcs 2.91.66
2.4 icc

breakdown by configure options
26.8 --prefix
24.4 --with-tcp-wrappers
24.4 --sysconfdir
24.4 --with-privsep-path
17.1 --with-pam
14.6 --with-superuser-path
14.6 --with-default-path
12.2 --mandir
12.2 --with-privsep-user
12.2 --infodir
9.8 --disable-etc-default-login
9.8 --datadir
9.8 --localstatedir
7.3 --with-xauth
7.3 --with-md5-passwords
7.3 --with-mantype
7.3 --libexecdir
7.3 --with-kerberos5
7.3 --with-cflags
7.3 --with-ssl-dir
4.9 --with-audit
4.9 --disable-suid-ssh
4.9 --with-libedit
4.9 --without-zlib-version-check
4.9 --with-zlib
4.9 --without-kerberos5
4.9 --with-ldflags
4.9 --with-pid-dir
2.4 --without-libedit
2.4 --sharedstatedir
2.4 --without-rpath
2.4 --with-prngd-socket
2.4 --with-cppflags
2.4 --build
2.4 --disable-strip
2.4 --with-lastlog
2.4 --without-opensc
2.4 --without-skey
2.4 --with-random
2.4 --host
2.4 --with-prngd-port

--
Darren Tucker (dtucker at zip.com.au)
GPG key 8FF4FA69 / D9A3 86E9 7EEE AF4B B2D4 37C9 C982 80C7 8FF4 FA69
Good judgement comes with experience. Unfortunately, the experience
usually comes from bad judgement.

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