Quoting John Madden (maddenj at skynet.ie):
> add deb http://security.debian.org/ testing/updates main contrib non-free
> to /etc/apt/sources.list. apt-get install ssh then added:
> UsePrivilegeSeparation yes
> Compression no
>> to /etc/ssh/sshd_config
>> Only problem I've come across so far is that most of the users have ssh1
> keys generated for accessing mail on another server in the network and
> 3.3 doesn't seem to support it (at least that's what I think the problem
> is, not having looked too deeply into it yet). Other than that, no
> upsets yet.
Well, I haven't yet tested using either RSA or DSA keypairs, but
version-1.5 protocol support definitely is OK (per my tests using
"ssh -v -1 hostname". I'll test using keypairs next, I guess.
What a pain in the neck this is turning out to be, eh?
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