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Offline Jason W

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openssh
« on: May 17, 2009, 05:19:24 PM »
Thanks to Kingdomcome for openssh:

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Title: openssh.tce
Description: OpenSSH Server and Client   (TESTING)
Version: 5.2p1
Author: Many contributors, see site
Original-site: http://www.openssh.org
Copying-policy: BSD
Size: 556.0K
Extension_by: Kingdomcome
Comments: This extension depends on openssl-0.9.8h
Config files are located in /usr/local/etc/ssh/
Unique host keys will be created in /usr/local/etc/ssh/
Use backup or PPI to save configs and keys


This extension is PPI compatible
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Current: 2009/05/15 First Version


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Title: openssh.tcz
Description: OpenSSH Server and Client   (TESTING)
Version: 5.2p1
Author: Many contributors, see site
Original-site: http://www.openssh.org
Copying-policy: BSD
Size: 632.0K
Extension_by: Kingdomcome
Comments: This extension depends on openssl-0.9.8h
Config files are located in /usr/local/etc/ssh/
Unique host keys will be created in /usr/local/etc/ssh/
Use backup or PPI to save configs and keys

Change-log: ----
Current: 2009/05/15 First Version


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Re: openssh
« Reply #1 on: May 17, 2009, 06:07:48 PM »
Note: I was unable to convince openssh to set the DISPLAY variable at login for X11 forwarding.  My current work around is to:
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export DISPLAY=localhost:10.0before running any X apps through ssh.  If anybody has any suggestions or ideas about getting X11 forwarding working seemlessly, I'll be happy to try them and resubmit.