diff --git a/ChangeLog b/ChangeLog index bd2448d53cfaf30364bea57a03bb0d5c656e92a5..66e88a5fdbc42b0ee7bd0da1f7177cae6b57745b 100644 --- a/ChangeLog +++ b/ChangeLog @@ -1,5 +1,8 @@ 2012-02-03 Niels Möller + * doc/index.html: Updated to xhtml, and added charset declaration. + Added git instructions. + * doc/lsh.texinfo: Updated charset declaration. 2011-11-24 Niels Möller diff --git a/doc/index.html b/doc/index.html index 876c376050f9c85298bd8efebea19cb3f1e98134..aa54d7f63028e1e6ed5e9d5b661a2286b3b75b04 100644 --- a/doc/index.html +++ b/doc/index.html @@ -1,135 +1,171 @@ + + -LSH - a GNU implementation of the Secure Shell protocols - - + + + + LSH - a GNU implementation of the Secure Shell protocols + + +

A GNU implementation of the Secure Shell protocols

-lsh is a free implementation (in the GNU sense) of the ssh version -2 protocol, currently being standardised by the IETF SECSH working -group.

+

+ lsh is a free implementation (in + the GNU sense) of + the ssh version 2 protocol, standardised by the IETF + SECSH working group. +

-This page should help you find any lsh related resources you need. +

+ This page should help you find any lsh related resources + you need. +

Documentation

-The lsh source distribution comes with a texinfo manual. You -can also read the manual online. If you're -interested in hacking lsh, make sure to read the -README and doc/HACKING files in the distribution. +

+ The lsh source distribution comes with a texinfo manual. You + can also read the manual online. If you're + interested in hacking lsh, make sure to read the + README and doc/HACKING files in the distribution. +

Infrastructure

-There's a mailing -list you might want to subscribe to.

- -The CVS server for lsh is located at cvs.lysator.liu.se. Both -anonymous pserver access (cvs -d -:pserver:anonymous@cvs.lysator.liu.se:/cvsroot/lsh co lsh) and a cvsweb -interface is available.

- -There's also a Bugzilla for LSH -bug reports and wanted new features. - +

+ There's + a mailing + list you might want to subscribe to. +

+ +

+ The public repository for lsh is located + at git.lysator.liu.se. + The + older CVS + server is still available, but the tree there is no longer + updated. +

+ +

+ There's also + a Bugzilla + for LSH bug reports and wanted new features. +

Download

-lsh uses linux-style version numbers, i.e. 1.2.x, 1.4.x etc are -intended to be stable, while 1.1.x, 1.3.x, 1.5.x etc are development -versions.

- -lsh releases are signed using GNU -Privacy Guard, with - -this public key (HTTP from Sweden, or - - FTP from Sweden)

- -You can get the latest lsh releases from - -

- -There are also some mirror sites: - -

Related links

-
MacSSH -
A Mac port of lsh by Jean Pierre Stierlin. -
Other free ssh programs +
MacSSH
+
A Mac port of lsh by Jean Pierre Stierlin.
+
Other free ssh programs
+
+
SSH Communications -Security -
The company making the original (non-free) ssh program. +Security +
The company making the original (non-free) ssh program.
-
GNU Privacy Guard +
GNU Privacy Guard
A free PGP replacement implementing the IETF's - OpenPGP specification. -
Linux FreeS/WAN + OpenPGP specification. +
Linux FreeS/WAN
A project implementing the IETF's IPSEC - end-to-end network level encryption for Linux. -
OpenBSD + end-to-end network level encryption for Linux. +
OpenBSD
The operating system, - which ships with IPSEC and OpenSSH as standard since version 2.6. + which ships with IPSEC and OpenSSH as standard since version 2.6.
The International Linux Kernel - Patch + Patch
Adds kernel level support for encryption - e.g. for - encrypted loopback filesystems. -
-
The Kerberos FAQ. -
The eBones Kerberos distribution -
Other Kerberos info at KTH in Sweden. -
Heimdal -
A free implementation of Kerberos 5, also from KTH. -
START_TLS + encrypted loopback filesystems. +
The + Kerberos FAQ
+
The eBones Kerberos distribution
+
Other Kerberos info at KTH in Sweden.
+
Heimdal
+
A free implementation of Kerberos 5, also from KTH.
+
START_TLS
A free telnet implementation using the IETF's Transport Layer Security (TLS) and X.509 certificates for authentication and - encryption. -
SRP + encryption. +
SRP
The Secure Remote - Password protocol, offers a simpler alternative to Kerberos. -
C-Kermit -
Supports Kerberos, SRP and TLS for authentication and encryption. + Password protocol, offers a simpler alternative to Kerberos.
+
C-Kermit
+
Supports Kerberos, SRP and TLS for authentication and encryption.

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