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- Matt Muggeridge
June 9, 2004, 7:11 am
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Newbie to this ng.
Being hopeful/desperate, I am searching for a design document, or perhaps a
few rough diagrams of how the sshd2 code is held together. It seems to be
heavily influenced by a STREAMS-like infrastructure and also uses some
I am wanting to understand a particular code path in sshunixeloop.c
(ssh_event_loop_run), where the time records are processed. I don't have a
clear picture of why the various time records are added to the time_records
queue and am following several dead ends as I try to understand how it all
A few block diagrams showing the cross-layer interactions would probably
help me sort out some of the confusion I have with the code at the moment.
- Richard E. Silverman
June 10, 2004, 2:28 am
Re: Searching for SSH (sshd2) design documentation
I think you'd have to ask ssh.com -- it's their code. IANAL, but
personally I doubt they would provide one, and if a third party did and
published it, I would not be surprised if ssh.com were to threaten legal
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