[uClinux-dev] SSL or SSH on UcLinux ?
twebster at daksoft.com
twebster at daksoft.com
Wed Nov 28 12:47:57 EST 2001
Yes, you can use the SnapGear for development. What model do you have?
To get you started, I would go to
http://www.uclinux.org/ports/coldfire/source.html and get both the Full
Source Distribution of uClinux and the binary Tool Chain. I had to compile
my own Tool Chain but you may have luck with the Binary package. Don't
forget to read all the documentation in the Documentation directory and in
the user/ssh directory.
To get started with compiling ssh, you will need to download OpenSSL,
version 0.9.5a I believe is the newest version that works with the patch.
Place all files in openssl in the lib/libssl directory
Get the patch from
patch the file from the uClinux root directory with command `patch -p1
< openssl_0.9.5a.patch (if this patch doesn't work let me know, I have
another one that I got to work)
Then do a `make menuconfig` -- select ssh/sshd/ssh-keygen
depending on what you need
make dep ; make
This will get you started down the compiling road,
Get started by trying to compile the kernel successfully without SSH/SSL
support. Just a basic kerenl. Flash it your device and make sure it
Then, you can start your work on the SSH compile. Note, that the SSH
binary's are rather large. You will need around 1 meg of flash if you are
going to use both SSH and SSHD. There is also assh-keygen binary you will
need. All are large but once working seem to function fine.
The mailing list has a few helpful messages, do some searching on the list.
Below are some links that I found helpful,
http://www.uclinux.org/pub/uClinux/archive/2164.html This one provides
a link to the patched version of GDB for using the BDM cable for
development. You may want to look into
this for development.
Colucciello" To: <uclinux-dev at uclinux.org>
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owner-uclinux-dev at u
11/28/2001 09:04 AM
Please respond to
Thanks for your prompt answer...
I am basically wnat to know if there is a port for UcLinux
(I guess yes) since you are running on SnapGear, which code
base should I use?
I am trying to setup (come sort of secure connection) server/client,
even a simple secure Telnet to start....
BTW: I also have a snapgear box here, can I use that for development
----- Original Message -----
From: <twebster at daksoft.com>
To: <uclinux-dev at uclinux.org>
Sent: Wednesday, November 28, 2001 10:36 AM
Subject: Re: [uClinux-dev] SSL or SSH on UcLinux ?
> I have SSH working with a SnapGear (coldfire processor). I am not a
> progammer but I may be able to give some assistance.
> What type of questions do you have?
> Tony Webster
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> Hello all...
> Looking for help and links on SSL and SSH for UCLinux!
> I am running kernel 2.0.38 on NetSilicon development system...
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