[uClibc](fwd) Re: Making OpenSSH work with uClibc
josephc at idealab.com
Mon Oct 21 23:50:08 UTC 2002
I built FreeSSH with openssl-0.9.6c and zlib-1.1.3.
(Hmm, now that I think about it, I suspect you can get rid of the zlib
dependency if you don't need compression.)
I used the patches that Matthew Bloch provided around September 30, and made
a few minor adjustments, and got it to work. (Look back in the list
archives -- we exchanged a few e-mails then.) See, especially, his message
dated September 30, 2002 4:28 AM. He had a point about realloc()...
450KBytes for a *STATIC* MIPS ssh daemon is pretty good, considering that a
x86 *shared* glibc-compiled sshd (from openSSH) is about 250K, and then
links to gobs of shared libraries.
From: uclibc-admin at uclibc.org [mailto:uclibc-admin at uclibc.org]On Behalf
Of Erik Andersen
Sent: Monday, October 21, 2002 3:12 PM
To: Joseph Chiu
Subject: Re: [uClibc](fwd) Re: Making OpenSSH work with uClibc
On Mon Oct 21, 2002 at 01:56:14PM -0700, Joseph Chiu wrote:
> Just as a point of comparison, I've been able to use FreeSSH on MIPS with
> uclibc. The resulting statically linked binary is about 450KBytes long.
> It's been working fine for me under casual use (I haven't stress-tested
Cool. Anything special needed to compile FreeSSH? Dependancies?
Erik B. Andersen http://codepoet-consulting.com/
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