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Re: Checksums on ftp


How do you do NFS over SSH? I'm interested.



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On 27 Apr 2000, Tollef Fog Heen wrote:

> * Ethan Benson 
> | one neat way would be a CD-RW, have both an ordinary CDROM and a
> | CD-RW drive, when you upgrade or install something move the
> | checksums cd-rw to the RW drive, update it then take it out and put
> | it back in the CDROM drive.  theres no modifying a CD-r[w] from a
> | CDROM drive.  this system would break down on remotely administered
> | systems however.
>   or having the checksums on a separate host, heavily locked down and
>   exporting those checksums from there ro, while logging into that
>   system, reexporting the checksums rw, updating the system, reexport
>   ro.  NFS-over-SSH should work ok.  Still, one has to have one system
>   which one trusts if you are to remote administer it.
> -- 
> Tollef Fog Heen
> Unix _IS_ user friendly... It's just selective about who its friends are.
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