OpenSSH is a full-featured SSH server and client, which enables secure root access via wifi only, on port 22, with secure ssh key authentication only (passwords are completely disabled by default). See the Homepage link for mandatory configuration instructions.
5.9.1-4: Try not. Do or do not. There is no try. (Reverted previous change)
5.9.1-3: Try removing OpenSSL and zlib dependencies. Use system libs instead.
5.9.1-2: Robustified upstart scripts to improve start-up reliability.
5.9.1-1: Updated to latest OpenSSH upstream version.
5.3.1-9: Only make the rootfs writeable when absolutely necessary.
5.3.1-8: Moved upstart script from /etc/event.d/ to /var/palm/event.d/ to handle apps and data erases better.
5.3.1-5: Made compatible with the Emergency Service Enabler to survive doctoring.
5.3.1-3: Added default profile to set up ssh-agent.
5.3.1-2: Updated for future webOS compatibility.
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Updated: February 11, 2012