Re: socks enabled ssh
> > What about building ssh with option --with-socks enabled? I built and
> > uploaded libsocks4 to master, so you are able to do it.
How about using socks5 rather than socks4, I am currently using a ssh built
with socks5, and it works very well. Socks5 is more flexible - though I have
not looked carefully at the licence - I know it permits personal use, which
is all I checked for
p.s. Almost all network applications can be built with socks support, and it
will not affect how they work until you need to use it.
> > The alternative would be to build a separete ssh-socks, but I would
> > not prefere this.
> OK, I'll look into it
> Cheers, Phil.
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