Version: 8.0p1 Release date: 2019-04-18 (April 18, 2019) Sources: http://www.openssh.com/portable.html Depends on: openssl.base.rte.1.0.2 and later
--Michael Felt (talk) 16:43, 21 April 2018 (CEST) Latest version out today. I made a small change to the install scripts - mainly, the rc2.d/Ssshd start script makes sure the /dev/*random devices exist - to prevent "PRNG not found" errors.
--Michael Felt (talk) 12:33, 20 October 2017 (CEST) new packaging - cosmetic - the 'contents' are unchanged, but the installp scripts have less noise - now "verbose" messages are printed when the environment variable VERBOSE is defined to any string.
--Michael Felt (talk) 18:16, 13 October 2017 (CEST) have a new packaging (VRMF == 126.96.36.1992) - and now includes PAM support AND, more importantly (to me) - fixes a problem that prevented X11 forwarding secure tunnels (off by default) automated connections. The problem was because sshd was looking for xauth at /usr/X11R6/bin/xauth - wheil on AIX it is at /usr/bin/X11/xauth.
--Michael Felt (talk) 11:27, 6 October 2017 (CEST) The helper scripts can be better - so I'll still be repackaging the support scripts - which will mean a new MD5 number later. So, if you have anything special in either /var/openssh/etc/ssh_config of /var/openssh/etc/ssh_config - set those aside first and then update.
- If you are updating I recommend you make a backup of /var/openssh/etc before making an updates - in particular of any changes made to either ssh_config or sshd_config. There can be major differences between the different versions (i.e., of only the defaults) and your changes may be overwritten (something for me to work on in the future - TODO!)
- Fixed - AFTER you install openssh-7.3p1 (aka openssh-188.8.131.521). After because the earlier versions uninstall parts are still removing sshd_config and ssh_config.
What problems can you expect? That your OpenSSH clients are not yet ready to work with the strict ciphers, hmac, etc.
- Patched to fix a pre_install script syntax that occurred when /bin/false was not already one of your defined shells.
I am not yet - happy - with my understanding of the changes to the default behavior regarding root login in OpenSSH-7.1. Like myself, you may prefer the behavior of the 6.9p1 release.
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