Re: fix for no ssh
On Monday 08 July 2019 14:14:10 Andy Smith wrote:
> Hi Curt,
> On Mon, Jul 08, 2019 at 05:48:24PM -0000, Curt wrote:
> > it "amounts to trusting that CPU manufacturer (perhaps with the
> > insistence or mandate of a Nation State's intelligence or law
> > enforcement agencies) has not installed a hidden back door to
> > compromise the CPU's random number generation facilities."
> Again, everyone using a popular CPU is already in that position.
Absolutely Andy. But from the argument thread my original post generated,
there are IMO, quite a few who have become addicted to the koolaid. And
thats not a good thing. Theodore T. has been right waaaaayy more than
he's been wrong. Raspian is usually not more than a day or so behind
debian, and differ in that they assemble a ready to run image using the
same code base, perhaps with some additional non-free stuff to make the
hardware work a bit better. Point being that in the case of my original
problem, the software in the middle of the discussion differed only in
the object it was compiled for, and the source probably remains byte for
But I must say even I was surprised by the near total bailout when I
mentioned that it was raspian. Obviously in retrospect, there is bad
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