> I for one will miss it. I used libexec/telnetd extensively during ia64
> bootstrap (and still use it) before we had the crypto stuff going. This
> was all built by hand, 'make world' still isn't an option there. I also
> use usr.bin/telnet on other systems where SRA is constantly getting in
> my face and annoying the !^@#%!@^#!# out of me.
All that will happen, is that the "usual" sources will be gone, and
a .PATH: will point to effectively the same code (with some crypto
in it, wrapped in #ifdefs that won't apply, like ENCRYPTION and
AUTHENTICATION). The code this actually compiled will not change
There will be no SRA unless you install secure/ telnet.
o Mark Murray
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