Package Details: openssh-hpn-git 7.8.P1.r47.g30ec037c-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/openssh-hpn-git.git (read-only)
Package Base: openssh-hpn-git
Description: A Secure SHell server/client fork with High Performance patches included
Upstream URL: https://www.psc.edu/index.php/hpn-ssh/
Licenses: custom:BSD
Conflicts: openssh, openssh-hpn
Provides: openssh, openssh-hpn
Submitter: jyantis
Maintainer: rtfm3514
Last Packager: rtfm3514
Votes: 25
Popularity: 0.058878
First Submitted: 2015-04-04 01:59
Last Updated: 2018-10-08 18:02

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ggppdd commented on 2016-02-07 21:16

Great! Thank you for your work.

rtfm3514 commented on 2015-12-07 17:58

I cleaned up the PKGBUILD a bit and dropped the netcat dependency as the package seems to build just fine without any netcat installed. I have no idea where it originally came from, but I suspect that it might be required for building openssh with connection tests enabled (which this PKGBUILD does not use).

rtfm3514 commented on 2015-12-06 22:22

I updated the package to reflect the current upstream version. Strictly speaking, this is not necessary: Due to the way this package is using the pkgver() function, it should always built the current git version from the master branch, even if the version number seems outdated. Makepkg will overwrite the version string automatically. However, there seems to be a slight problem with the way the PKGBUILD derives version numbers from upstream tags. I believe I fixed it for now, but I will re-visit this later, with more time. In the meantime, let me know if you encounter problems like, e.g. installing newer versions being incorrectly flagged as "downgrades" by pacman.

rtfm3514 commented on 2015-11-30 12:03

Hi, I just adopted this package out of the goodness of my heart (and because I am using it ;) ). If anyone wants it back, feel free to e-mail me. I will also update to current Master soon but first I have to check what I need to do for changing the version number/maintainer. Please stand by :)

Svenstaro commented on 2015-11-04 06:10

Does this absolutely require bsd-netcat to build or is any netcat ok?

BrainDamage commented on 2015-08-14 13:11

sorry for the out of date flag, my mistake, please ignore

jyantis commented on 2015-04-04 17:33

One of the nice features of this is the NONE cipher for when there isn't at TTY allocated. ie: SCP. (authentication is still encrypted but your data isn't. So keep that in mind (ie: It is fine for images and video but not OK for your bitcoin wallet).

To enable it on the server:
echo "NoneEnabled=yes" >> /etc/ssh/sshd_config

and on the client you would use it as:
ssh user@hostname oNoneEnabled=true -oNoneSwitch=yes

You can also use one of the multithread ciphers for when a TTY is allocated like:
ssh user@hostname -oCipher=aes128-ctr

jyantis commented on 2015-04-04 17:33

One of the nice features of this is the NONE cipher for when there isn't at TTY allocated. ie: SCP. (authentication is still encrypted but your data isn't. So keep that in mind (ie: find for images and video but not OK for your bitcoin wallet).

To enable it on the server:
echo "NoneEnabled=yes" >> /etc/ssh/sshd_config

and on the client you would use it as:
ssh user@hostname oNoneEnabled=true -oNoneSwitch=yes

You can also use one of the multithread ciphers for when a TTY is allocated like:
ssh user@hostname -oCipher=aes128-ctr

jyantis commented on 2015-04-04 17:29

One of the nice features of this is the NONE cipher for when there isn't at TTY allocated. ie: SCP.

To enable it on the server:
echo "NoneEnabled=yes" >> /etc/ssh/sshd_config

and on the client you would use it as:
ssh user@hostname oNoneEnabled=true -oNoneSwitch=yes

You can also use one of the multithread ciphers for when a TTY is allocated like:
ssh user@hostname -oCipher=aes128-ctr