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Great project. Got it going in less time that it took the read the instructions.
Running on an old P100 w/32M, floppy and cdrom (no hard drive).
Disabled telnetd and use only the console to connect.
On another FreeBSD box I compiled the picoBSD ssh version (doing a 'make configure'
and 'make' but not 'make install' because it already has it's own sshd running
on it). So the question now is what steps are necessary to move it over to
My assumption is that I'll need to ftp it over after I have the system running
(or put it on a cdrom). Do I just take the sshd or are there other parts needed?
I know I'll need to set up a config file, that could be ftp'd as well. It would
be nice to package everything and burn it to a CD to eliminate the FTP step.
Any gotchas I should know about?
As an aside I opened one UDP port back into my internal network (outbound only)
for sending all syslog messages back to a syslog machine. That necessitated
adding a line to syslog.conf to send *.* messages to the remote machine. I
also changed it to send *.* messages to /dev/console. It's a bit annoying but
the level of messages is not that great and I like to know what's going on.
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