[rescue] Sun V240

Jerry Kemp sun.mail.list47 at oryx.us
Wed Nov 1 11:01:23 CDT 2017

Yep, others already gave you the specifics, but I couldn't have said it better 
myself, WTF.

I'm not a developer, although I took *a lot* of programming classes in college.

I certainly understand the desire to tighten up and optimize code, but I don't 
think I will ever understand the desire to pull out functionality from code that 
people need and depend on.  It just doesn't make sense, at least to me.


I don't disagree with your comment, and I'm certainly as happy as anyone to 
throw losers-unix under the bus as frequently as possible, but, OpenSSH comes 
from our fine *BSD friends.


On 11/ 1/17 10:42 AM, Dave McGuire wrote:
> On 11/01/2017 06:01 AM, Jerry Kemp wrote:
>> FYI, using SunSSH, which is the only ssh that ships with Solaris 10uXX,
>> I do very well using the denyhost application.
>> Solaris 11 ships with both SunSSH and OpenSSH, its an either/or
>> situation.B  FYI, if you do choose to use denyhost, it (denyhost) works
>> with TCP wrappers.B  You are probably already aware, but OpenSSH no
>> longer supports TCP Wrappers.
>   What...?!  Why did they remove support for TCP Wrappers?  I depend on
> OpenSSH supporting TCP Wrappers on several networks.  WTF?!
>                 -Dave

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