Commit 6cbefe53 authored by Niels Möller's avatar Niels Möller

Updated examples, and the URL for scsh.

Rev: README:1.27
parent a3535b58
......@@ -15,6 +15,7 @@ with
./configure
make
make install
You need GNU make. Some shells have had bugs preventing them from
executing the configure script; if you experience problems, try
......@@ -27,10 +28,9 @@ version 2.52), automake (at least version 1.6.1), bash, gcc, gperf (at
least version 2.7) and a scheme implementation. The currently
supported schemes are guile and scsh (at least version 0.5.2). All but
scsh can be found at your local GNU mirror site. scsh, Olin Shiver's
Scheme Shell, can be downloaded from <URL:
ftp://ftp-swiss.ai.mit.edu/pub/su/scsh/scsh.tar.gz>. If you use guile,
you also need the slib library, which is usually distributed
separately. It's also available at the GNU mirrors.
Scheme Shell, can be downloaded from <URL: http://www.scsh.net>. If
you use guile, you also need the slib library, which is usually
distributed separately. It's also available at the GNU mirrors.
If you have checked out lsh from CVS, things are more complicated. You
must first generate Makefile.am files from the corresponding
......@@ -71,19 +71,25 @@ as root.
Some examples...
Create a new DSS key pair, and save it in NEW_KEY and NEW_KEY.pub:
Create a new DSS key pair, and save it in ~/.lsh/identity and
~/.lsh/identity.pub:
./lsh-keygen -l 8 | ./lsh-writekey -o NEW_KEY
lsh-keygen -l 8 | lsh-writekey
Start an lshd server on port 4711, using the key created above as the
server host key:
To create a key for the server, using the server's seed-file and
storing the result as /etc/lsh_host_key and /etc/lsh_host_key.pub, run
./lshd -p 4711 -h NEW_KEY
lsh-keygen -l 8 --server | lsh-writekey --server
Start an lshd server in the background, on the default port, using the
key at /etc/lsh_host_key, created above:
lshd --daemonic
Connect to an lshd server running on port 4711 on HOST, and attempt to
log in as USER:
./lsh -p 4711 -l USER HOST
lsh -p 4711 -l USER HOST
MORE INFORMATION
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