Hmm? i haven't seen any problems with it, and i have used SSH (with X)
from anything from a mac to fc3 and fc2 computers, to fc3 and fc2
computers. Never any problem. Only thing worth mention is that the mac
and fc2 didn't understand the -Y flag, it just said it wasn't a real
flag. So we stuck to X, and everything worked. From fc3 we also needed
-Y, and then copy/paste would work. No problem whatsoever.
fre, 07.01.2005 kl. 19.48 skrev Havoc Pennington:
The openssh change is totally broken, because none of the clients people
use work with "trusted X" and they could not reasonably be modified to
do so, without an effort on the scale of SELinux or even larger. The
fact that the X server even supports "trusted X" is probably total
So, anyone who claims that "trusted X" is more secure is basically
making a "concrete blocks not connected to the Internet are secure"
Maybe people who only run xterms would find the new ssh default useful,
but even they presumably like to cut and paste...
I don't know why the default is something that we know is useless and