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e869682815-Apr-2021 Damien Miller

depend

2fb25ca115-Apr-2021 Damien Miller

crank version in README and RPM spec files

b2b60eba15-Apr-2021 djm@openbsd.org

upstream: openssh-8.6

OpenBSD-Commit-ID: b5f3e133c846127ec114812248bc17eff07c3e19

faf2b86a15-Apr-2021 markus@openbsd.org

upstream: do not pass file/func to monitor; noted by Ilja van Sprundel;

ok djm@

OpenBSD-Commit-ID: 85ae5c063845c410283cbdce685515dcd19479fa

2dc3280213-Apr-2021 Damien Miller

sshd don't exit on transient read errors

openssh-8.5 introduced a regression that would cause sshd to exit
because of transient read errors on the network socket (e.g. EINTR,
EAGAIN)

sshd don't exit on transient read errors

openssh-8.5 introduced a regression that would cause sshd to exit
because of transient read errors on the network socket (e.g. EINTR,
EAGAIN). Reported by balu.gajjala AT gmail.com via bz3297

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d5d6b7d710-Apr-2021 Damien Miller

perform report_failed_grab() inline

ea996ce210-Apr-2021 Damien Miller

dedicated gnome-ssk-askpass3 source

Compatibility with Wayland requires that we use the gdk_seat_grab()
API for grabbing mouse/keyboard, however these API don't exist in
Gtk+2.

dedicated gnome-ssk-askpass3 source

Compatibility with Wayland requires that we use the gdk_seat_grab()
API for grabbing mouse/keyboard, however these API don't exist in
Gtk+2.

This branches gnome-ssk-askpass2.c => gnome-ssk-askpass3.c and
makes the changes to use the gdk_seat_grab() instead of grabbing
mouse/focus separately via GDK.

In the future, we can also use the branched file to avoid some
API that has been soft-deprecated in GTK+3, e.g. gtk_widget_modify_fg

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bfa5405d08-Apr-2021 Darren Tucker

Ensure valgrind-out exists.

Normally the regress tests would create it, but running the unit tests
on their own would fail because the directory did not exist.

1f18918108-Apr-2021 Darren Tucker

Pass OBJ to unit test make invocation.

At least the Valgrind unit tests uses $OBJ.

f42b550c08-Apr-2021 Darren Tucker

Add pattern for valgrind-unit.

19e5344607-Apr-2021 Darren Tucker

Run unit tests under valgrind.

Run a separate build for the unit tests under Valgrind. They take long
enough that running in parallel with the other Valgrind tests helps.

8003210207-Apr-2021 Darren Tucker

ifdef out MIN and MAX.

In -portable, defines.h ensures that these are defined, so redefining
potentially causes a warning. We don't just delete it to make any
future code syncs a li

ifdef out MIN and MAX.

In -portable, defines.h ensures that these are defined, so redefining
potentially causes a warning. We don't just delete it to make any
future code syncs a little but easier. bz#3293.

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d1bd184006-Apr-2021 Darren Tucker

Remove only use of warn().

The warn() function is only used in one place in portable and does not
exist upstream. Upgrade the only instance it's used to fail()
(the privsep/sandbox+

Remove only use of warn().

The warn() function is only used in one place in portable and does not
exist upstream. Upgrade the only instance it's used to fail()
(the privsep/sandbox+proxyconnect, from back when that was new) and
remove the now-unused function.

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fea8f4b106-Apr-2021 Darren Tucker

Move make_tmpdir() into portable-specific area.

Reduces diff vs OpenBSD and makes it more likely diffs will apply
cleanly.

13e5fa2a06-Apr-2021 dtucker@openbsd.org

upstream: Add TEST_SSH_ELAPSED_TIMES environment variable to print the

elapsed time in seconds of each test. This depends on "date +%s" which is
not specified by POSIX but is commonly i

upstream: Add TEST_SSH_ELAPSED_TIMES environment variable to print the

elapsed time in seconds of each test. This depends on "date +%s" which is
not specified by POSIX but is commonly implemented.

OpenBSD-Regress-ID: ec3c8c19ff49b2192116a0a646ee7c9b944e8a9c

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ef4f46ab06-Apr-2021 Darren Tucker

Move the TEST_SSH_PORT section down a bit.

This groups the portable-specific changes together and makes it a
little more likely that patches will apply cleanly.

3674e33f06-Apr-2021 Darren Tucker

Further split Valgrind tests.

Even split in two, the Valgrind tests take by far the longest to run,
so split them four ways to further increase parallelism.

961af26606-Apr-2021 djm@openbsd.org

upstream: include "ssherr.h" not <ssherr.h>; from Balu Gajjala via

bz#3292

OpenBSD-Commit-ID: e9535cd9966eb2e69e73d1ede1f44905c30310bd

e7d0a28506-Apr-2021 Damien Miller

wrap struct rlimit in HAVE_GETRLIMIT too

f283a6c206-Apr-2021 Damien Miller

wrap getrlimit call in HAVE_GETRLIMIT; bz3291

679bdc4a06-Apr-2021 dtucker@openbsd.org

upstream: Don't check return value of unsetenv(). It's part of the

environment setup and not part of the actual test, and some platforms
-portable runs on declare it as returning void, w

upstream: Don't check return value of unsetenv(). It's part of the

environment setup and not part of the actual test, and some platforms
-portable runs on declare it as returning void, which prevents the test from
compiling.

OpenBSD-Regress-ID: 24f08543ee3cdebc404f2951f3e388cc82b844a1

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320af2f304-Apr-2021 jmc@openbsd.org

upstream: remove stray inserts; from matthias schmidt

OpenBSD-Commit-ID: 2c36ebdc54e14bbf1daad70c6a05479a073d5c63

801f710904-Apr-2021 jmc@openbsd.org

upstream: missing comma; from kawashima james

OpenBSD-Commit-ID: 31cec6bf26c6db4ffefc8a070715ebef274e68ea

b3ca08cb05-Apr-2021 Darren Tucker

Install libcbor with libfido2.

f3ca8af803-Apr-2021 Damien Miller

enable authopt and misc unit tests

Neither were wired into the build, both required some build
adaptations for -portable

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