lightweight SSH2 server and client
dropbear is a SSH 2 server and client designed to be small enough to
be used in small memory environments, while still being functional and
secure enough for general use.
It implements most required features of the SSH 2 protocol, and other
features such as X11 and authentication agent forwarding.
This is Dropbear, a smallish SSH 2 server and client.
INSTALL has compilation instructions.
MULTI has instructions on making a multi-purpose binary (ie a single binary
which performs multiple tasks, to save disk space)
SMALL has some tips on creating small binaries.
See TODO for a few of the things I know need looking at, and please contact
me if you have any questions/bugs found/features/idea
Dropbear for Debian
This package will attempt to setup the Dropbear ssh server to listen on
port 22. If the OpenSSH server package ("openssh-server") is installed,
the file /etc/default/dropbear will be set up so that the server does not
start by default.
You can run Dropbear concurrently with OpenSSH 'sshd' by modifying
/etc/default/dropbear so that "NO_START" is set to "0"
Building with the diet libc
This package optionally can be built with the diet libc instead of the
glibc to provide small statically linked programs. The resulting package
has no dependency on any other package.
To use the diet libc, make sure the latest versions of the dietlibc-dev
package is installed, and set DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS=diet in the environment
Using the dropbear SSH server with runit's services supervision
dbclient - light
dropbear - light
dropbear (2012.55-1.3) unstable; urgency=medium
* Non-maintainer upload.
* Fix initramfs hook w
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