Commit 8b333b67 authored by Niels Möller's avatar Niels Möller

New variables TEST_HOME and

SEXP_CONV. Changed the initialization of LSH_YARROW_SEED_FILE. Use
TEST_HOME when running lsh and lshd. Should make the tests
independent of our own ~/.lsh. Also updated comments in
test-scripts that said they were dependent on ~/.lsh.

Rev: src/testsuite/lsh-1-test:1.5
Rev: src/testsuite/lsh-2-test:1.4
Rev: src/testsuite/lsh-3-test:1.4
Rev: src/testsuite/lsh-4-test:1.3
Rev: src/testsuite/lsh-5-test:1.3
Rev: src/testsuite/lsh-6-test:1.3
Rev: src/testsuite/lsh-cat-test:1.4
Rev: src/testsuite/lshg-1-test:1.3
Rev: src/testsuite/lshg-cat-2-test:1.3
Rev: src/testsuite/lshg-cat-test:1.3
Rev: src/testsuite/lshg-tcpip-local-test:1.2
Rev: src/testsuite/tcpip-local-test:1.5
Rev: src/testsuite/tcpip-remote-test:1.4
parent 33ec225f
#! /bin/sh #! /bin/sh
# Tests connecting with lsh. In order to use this, you must already
# have lsh set up so that you can login without password.
# This restriction can be fixed if we add an option to lshd to use a
# custom passwd-file.
echo lsh, test 1 echo lsh, test 1
if [ -z "$srcdir" ] ; then if [ -z "$srcdir" ] ; then
......
#! /bin/sh #! /bin/sh
# Tests connecting with lsh. In order to use this, you must already
# have lsh set up so that you can login without password.
# This restriction can be fixed if we add an option to lshd to use a
# custom passwd-file.
echo lsh, test 2 echo lsh, test 2
if [ -z "$srcdir" ] ; then if [ -z "$srcdir" ] ; then
......
#! /bin/sh #! /bin/sh
# Tests connecting with lsh. In order to use this, you must already
# have lsh set up so that you can login without password.
# This restriction can be fixed if we add an option to lshd to use a
# custom passwd-file.
echo lsh, test 3 echo lsh, test 3
if [ -z "$srcdir" ] ; then if [ -z "$srcdir" ] ; then
......
#! /bin/sh #! /bin/sh
# Tests connecting with lsh. In order to use this, you must already
# have lsh set up so that you can login without password.
# This restriction can be fixed if we add an option to lshd to use a
# custom passwd-file.
echo lsh, test 4 echo lsh, test 4
if [ -z "$srcdir" ] ; then if [ -z "$srcdir" ] ; then
......
#! /bin/sh #! /bin/sh
# Tests connecting with lsh. In order to use this, you must already
# have lsh set up so that you can login without password.
# This restriction can be fixed if we add an option to lshd to use a
# custom passwd-file.
echo lsh, test 5, using an RSA hostkey echo lsh, test 5, using an RSA hostkey
if [ -z "$srcdir" ] ; then if [ -z "$srcdir" ] ; then
......
#! /bin/sh #! /bin/sh
# Tests connecting with lsh. In order to use this, you must already
# have lsh set up so that you can login without password.
# This restriction can be fixed if we add an option to lshd to use a
# custom passwd-file.
echo lsh, test 6, using various encryption algorithms echo lsh, test 6, using various encryption algorithms
if [ -z "$srcdir" ] ; then if [ -z "$srcdir" ] ; then
......
#! /bin/sh #! /bin/sh
# Tests connecting with lsh. In order to use this, you must already
# have lsh set up so that you can login without password.
# This restriction can be fixed if we add an option to lshd to use a
# custom passwd-file.
echo lsh, cat test echo lsh, cat test
if [ -z "$srcdir" ] ; then if [ -z "$srcdir" ] ; then
......
#! /bin/sh #! /bin/sh
# Tests connecting with lsh. In order to use this, you must already
# have lsh set up so that you can login without password.
# This restriction can be fixed if we add an option to lshd to use a
# custom passwd-file.
echo lshg test 1 echo lshg test 1
if [ -z "$srcdir" ] ; then if [ -z "$srcdir" ] ; then
......
#! /bin/sh #! /bin/sh
# Tests connecting with lsh. In order to use this, you must already
# have lsh set up so that you can login without password.
# This restriction can be fixed if we add an option to lshd to use a
# custom passwd-file.
echo lshg, cat 2 test echo lshg, cat 2 test
if [ -z "$srcdir" ] ; then if [ -z "$srcdir" ] ; then
......
#! /bin/sh #! /bin/sh
# Tests connecting with lsh. In order to use this, you must already
# have lsh set up so that you can login without password.
# This restriction can be fixed if we add an option to lshd to use a
# custom passwd-file.
echo lshg, cat test echo lshg, cat test
if [ -z "$srcdir" ] ; then if [ -z "$srcdir" ] ; then
......
#! /bin/sh #! /bin/sh
# Tests connecting with lsh. In order to use this, you must already
# have lsh set up so that you can login without password.
# This restriction can be fixed if we add an option to lshd to use a
# custom passwd-file.
if [ -z "$srcdir" ] ; then if [ -z "$srcdir" ] ; then
srcdir=`pwd` srcdir=`pwd`
fi fi
......
#! /bin/sh #! /bin/sh
# Tests connecting with lsh. In order to use this, you must already
# have lsh set up so that you can login without password.
# This restriction can be fixed if we add an option to lshd to use a
# custom passwd-file.
if [ -z "$srcdir" ] ; then if [ -z "$srcdir" ] ; then
srcdir=`pwd` srcdir=`pwd`
fi fi
......
#! /bin/sh #! /bin/sh
# Tests connecting with lsh. In order to use this, you must already
# have lsh set up so that you can login without password.
# This restriction can be fixed if we add an option to lshd to use a
# custom passwd-file.
if [ -z "$srcdir" ] ; then if [ -z "$srcdir" ] ; then
srcdir=`pwd` srcdir=`pwd`
fi fi
......
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