[Shr-User] replace dropbear with openssh?
piratebab at hotmail.com
Sat May 30 12:01:03 CEST 2009
It is always difficult to organise something, you have done your best to
organise thing in a short time.
Why is it not possible to vote to "I dont matter" ?
And again, I understand that openssh is easier for devs, but basic use
of FR does not require it. Keep has much space as you can free in NAND
for apps, and make the UI as reactive as you can.
Klaus 'mrmoku' Kurzmann a écrit :
> Am Freitag 29 Mai 2009 21:19:06 schrieb Klaus 'mrmoku' Kurzmann:
>> Am Mittwoch 27 Mai 2009 18:20:06 schrieb Klaus 'mrmoku' Kurzmann:
>>> Hey all,
>>> just a short poll about dropbear / openssh. Up to now we are using
>>> dropbear as SSH server. It is supposed to have a smaller footprint than
>>> the fully fledged openssh. On the other hand it lacks some features that
>>> openssh has (x- forwarding and sftp for example).
>>> What is your valuable opinion about that? We would be inclined to do that
>>> replacement... any strong opinion against that?
>> As there is one part of users having strong feelings for the replacement
>> and the other part of the users strong feelings against it... I set up a
>> So, please everybody who cares:
>> take your democratic responsibility seriously and GO VOTING :P
> First of all: sorry for choosing *that* voting site. Nevertheless I'm trying
> hard to get that decision done in a fair way!
> I took all the names from the vote and put them in three categories. Those I
> know being in favor of openssh (either by IRC or ML), those I know being in
> favor of dropbear (either by IRC or ML) and those I'm not sure.
> Sorry to bother you again... But could those being in the 'unsure' list please
> give their vote via mail to shr-user?
> In addition to taking the names from the vote... I reread the thread and added
> ptitjes as being in favor of openssh and quatrox, alfa21, Robin Paulson and
> roger.roesch as being in favor of dropbear.
> Results so far:
> want openssh
> hariseldon78 at gmail.com
> want dropbear
> Robin Paulson
> have voted but I don't know what
> Thanks again
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