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08ce6b2212-May-2020 Darren Tucker

Skip building sk-dummy library if no SK support.

102d106b12-May-2020 Damien Miller

explicitly manage .depend and .depend.bak

Bring back removal of .depend to give the file a known state before
running makedepend, but manually move aside the current .depend file
and

explicitly manage .depend and .depend.bak

Bring back removal of .depend to give the file a known state before
running makedepend, but manually move aside the current .depend file
and restore it as .depend.bak afterwards so the stale .depend check
works as expected.

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83a6dc6b12-May-2020 Damien Miller

make depend

7c0bbed912-May-2020 Damien Miller

revert removal of .depend before makedepend

Commit 83657eac4 started removing .depend before running makedepend
to reset the contents of .depend to a known state. Unfortunately
this

revert removal of .depend before makedepend

Commit 83657eac4 started removing .depend before running makedepend
to reset the contents of .depend to a known state. Unfortunately
this broke the depend-check step as now .depend.bak would only ever
be created as an empty file.

ok dtucker

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58ad004a11-May-2020 Damien Miller

prepare for 8.3 release

4fa9e04808-May-2020 Darren Tucker

Ensure SA_SIGNAL test only signals itself.

When the test's child signals its parent and it exits the result of
getppid changes. On Ubuntu 20.04 this results in the ppid being that
o

Ensure SA_SIGNAL test only signals itself.

When the test's child signals its parent and it exits the result of
getppid changes. On Ubuntu 20.04 this results in the ppid being that
of the GDM session, causing it to exit. Analysis and testing from pedro
at ambientworks.net

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dc2da29a07-May-2020 Damien Miller

sync config.guess/config.sub with latest versions

ok dtucker@

a8265bd606-May-2020 djm@openbsd.org

upstream: openssh-8.3; ok deraadt@

OpenBSD-Commit-ID: c8831ec88b9c750f5816aed9051031fb535d22c1

955854ca06-May-2020 djm@openbsd.org

upstream: another case where a utimes() failure could make scp send

a desynchronising error; reminded by Aymeric Vincent ok deraadt markus

OpenBSD-Commit-ID: 2ea611d34d8ff6d703a7a8b

upstream: another case where a utimes() failure could make scp send

a desynchronising error; reminded by Aymeric Vincent ok deraadt markus

OpenBSD-Commit-ID: 2ea611d34d8ff6d703a7a8bf858aa5dbfbfa7381

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59d5315507-May-2020 Darren Tucker

Check if -D_REENTRANT is needed for localtime_r.

On at least HP-UX 11.11, the localtime_r declararation is behind
ifdef _REENTRANT. Check for and add if needed.

c13403e504-May-2020 Darren Tucker

Skip security key tests if ENABLE_SK not set.

4da393f801-May-2020 djm@openbsd.org

upstream: sure enough, some of the test data that we though were in

new format were actually in the old format; fix from Michael Forney

OpenBSD-Regress-ID: a41a5c43a61b0f0b1691994db

upstream: sure enough, some of the test data that we though were in

new format were actually in the old format; fix from Michael Forney

OpenBSD-Regress-ID: a41a5c43a61b0f0b1691994dbf16dfb88e8af933

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15bfafc101-May-2020 djm@openbsd.org

upstream: make mktestdata.sh generate old/new format keys that we

expect. This script was written before OpenSSH switched to new-format private
keys by default and was never updated to t

upstream: make mktestdata.sh generate old/new format keys that we

expect. This script was written before OpenSSH switched to new-format private
keys by default and was never updated to the change (until now) From Michael
Forney

OpenBSD-Regress-ID: 38cf354715c96852e5b71c2393fb6e7ad28b7ca7

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7882d2ed30-Apr-2020 djm@openbsd.org

upstream: portability fix for sed that always emil a newline even

if the input does not contain one; from Michael Forney

OpenBSD-Regress-ID: 9190c3ddf0d2562ccc02c4a95fce0e392196bfc7

8074f94930-Apr-2020 djm@openbsd.org

upstream: remove obsolete RSA1 test keys; spotted by Michael Forney

OpenBSD-Regress-ID: 6384ba889594e217d166908ed8253718ab0866da

c697e46c02-May-2020 Darren Tucker

Update .depend.

83657eac02-May-2020 Darren Tucker

Remove use of tail for 'make depend'.

Not every tail supports +N and we can do with out it so just remove it.
Prompted by mforney at mforney.org.

d25d630d02-May-2020 djm@openbsd.org

upstream: we have a sshkey_save_public() function to save public keys;

use it and save a bunch of redundant code.

Patch from loic AT venez.fr; ok markus@ djm@

OpenBSD-Commi

upstream: we have a sshkey_save_public() function to save public keys;

use it and save a bunch of redundant code.

Patch from loic AT venez.fr; ok markus@ djm@

OpenBSD-Commit-ID: f93e030a0ebcd0fd9054ab30db501ec63454ea5f

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e9dc986301-May-2020 Darren Tucker

Use LONG_LONG_MAX and friends if available.

If we don't have LLONG_{MIN,MAX} but do have LONG_LONG_{MIN,MAX}
then use those instead. We do calculate these values in configure,
but i

Use LONG_LONG_MAX and friends if available.

If we don't have LLONG_{MIN,MAX} but do have LONG_LONG_{MIN,MAX}
then use those instead. We do calculate these values in configure,
but it turns out that at least one compiler (old HP ANSI C) can't
parse "-9223372036854775808LL" without mangling it. (It can parse
"-9223372036854775807LL" which is presumably why its limits.h defines
LONG_LONG_MIN as the latter minus 1.)

Fixes rekey test when compiled with the aforementioned compiler.

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aad87b8801-May-2020 djm@openbsd.org

upstream: when receving a file in sink(), be careful to send at

most a single error response after the file has been opened. Otherwise the
source() and sink() can become desyncronised. R

upstream: when receving a file in sink(), be careful to send at

most a single error response after the file has been opened. Otherwise the
source() and sink() can become desyncronised. Reported by Daniel Goujot,
Georges-Axel Jaloyan, Ryan Lahfa, and David Naccache.

ok deraadt@ markus@

OpenBSD-Commit-ID: 6c14d233c97349cb811a8f7921ded3ae7d9e0035

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3190969601-May-2020 djm@openbsd.org

upstream: expose vasnmprintf(); ok (as part of other commit) markus

deraadt

OpenBSD-Commit-ID: 2e80cea441c599631a870fd40307d2ade5a7f9b5

99ce9cef01-May-2020 djm@openbsd.org

upstream: avoid NULL dereference when attempting to convert invalid

ssh.com private keys using "ssh-keygen -i"; spotted by Michael Forney

OpenBSD-Commit-ID: 2e56e6d26973967d11d13f56

upstream: avoid NULL dereference when attempting to convert invalid

ssh.com private keys using "ssh-keygen -i"; spotted by Michael Forney

OpenBSD-Commit-ID: 2e56e6d26973967d11d13f56ea67145f435bf298

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6c6072ba01-May-2020 Darren Tucker

See if SA_RESTART signals will interrupt select().

On some platforms (at least older HP-UXes such as 11.11, possibly others)
setting SA_RESTART on signal handers will cause it to not int

See if SA_RESTART signals will interrupt select().

On some platforms (at least older HP-UXes such as 11.11, possibly others)
setting SA_RESTART on signal handers will cause it to not interrupt
select(), at least for calls that do not specify a timeout. Try to
detect this and if found, don't use SA_RESTART.

POSIX says "If SA_RESTART has been set for the interrupting signal, it
is implementation-dependent whether select() restarts or returns with
[EINTR]" so this behaviour is within spec.

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90a0b43430-Apr-2020 Damien Miller

fix reversed test

c0dfd18d30-Apr-2020 Damien Miller

wrap sha2.h inclusion in #ifdef HAVE_SHA2_H

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