Re: lsh 0.1 released (gpl'ed ssh)
> "J.H.M. Dassen" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > I have a preliminary debianisation (mainly because it helps me compile it
> > easier). There are a couple of problems with packaging lsh I can see now.
> > - The daemon isn't a real daemon yet. I have patches for that which haven't
> > been incorporated upstream.
> > - It relies on a non-free interpreter (scsh) for building. Tommi Virtanen has
> > sent me details on how to use scm instead, so it'll be fit for non-us/main
> > rather than non-us/contrib.
> > - I don't know how to resolve the port conflict. Port 22 is for the SSH
> > protocol, both v1 and v2. lsh can fallback to calling sshd1 (just like
> > sshd2 can), but I'm not sure how to properly ensure it, rather than sshd1,
> > gets port 22.
> If you tell me an easy way to diagnose the presence of lsh, then I'll
> just make execution of sshd1 conditional on it not being there.
Why can't lsh and ssh provide ssh and sshd packages? That way only one can be
installed -- like many other daemons do.