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Re: Access to ssh/shell with HTTP connection

Roberto C. Sanchez-4 wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 26, 2006 at 03:42:35AM -0700, Frank Niedermann wrote:
>> how can I setup a way to get ssh sessions or shell access to a
>> Debian server only using port 80 or 443?
>> Is something like that possible with AJAX for example?
> Well, just putting the ssh server on port 80 or 443 will not get you an
> AJAX interface.  You will still need to use a proper ssh client.  Now,
> if you want shell access through a graphical web browser, then you need
> to look at something like anyterm.  There are also other possible
> solutions, however I like anyterm.  I have already packaged the library
> used by anyterm (librote) and it is in Debian.  However, I have not been
> able to finish packaging anyterm since it requires some fairly intrusive
> changes to the system configuration to work and I have been trying to
> figure a more secure way to allow it to run.

What intrusive changes are you talking about? I don't want to open a
security hole on a server on the internet ...

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