In article <04E02AB064E0D211B24E0008C79F6A0EA45BF7@mail.ngat.com>,
Dorothea Mücke-Herzberg <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Norton Allen wrote:
Jean-Claude Michot has ported ssh (> http://w3.teaser.fr/~jcmichot/> )
You can get the binary off his website. To compile, you need
his customized gcc.
Thank you, I just downloaded it.
I’ve got a one-release-later version of SSH ported to QNX 4.2 using
Watcom C 10.6 if you don’t want to muck about with installing another C
development environment (kudos to JCM for his work, which I incorporated).
ftp://www.visi.com/users/hawkeyd/qnx/ssh-1.2.27-to-qnx.txt explains the
gory details, and has the necessary patches.
After getting SSH up and running, you can disable most all the common
U**X access methods from /etc/inetd.conf, and send inetd a SIGHUP.
I might also suggest making just one node accessible to the outside world,
and setting it up so as to think it’s the only node on the QNX network
(i.e; “Net -n 1 &” and rem out “netmap -f” in /etc/config/sysinit.N). In
this way, you access that node from the outside world with ssh and/or scp,
and the rest of the QNX network from that box with ftp, telnet, etc…
Hope this helps,
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