GSI-OpenSSH is a Globus project that maintains a modified version of OpenSSH that adds support for X.509 proxy certificate authentication and delegation, providing a single sign-on remote login and file transfer service.
The GSI-OpenSSH project is a contributor to the Globus Toolkit distribution.
GSI-OpenSSH is supported by the National Center for Supercomputing Applications, with significant contributions from the worldwide Globus community.
The Globus Toolkit typically includes the latest GSI-OpenSSH version available at the time of release. New GSI-OpenSSH versions are released on the GSI-OpenSSH Download Page independent of the Globus Toolkit release schedule, incorporating the current release from the OpenSSH Project.
GSI-OpenSSH is available as part of the Globus Toolkit from the Downloads section of the Globus Toolkit user web.
Individual GSI-OpenSSH releases are available from the GSI-OpenSSH Download Page.
Anonymous access to the GSI-OpenSSH CVS repository (module name: gssapi-openssh) is available via CVSROOT=:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/home/globdev/CVS/globus-packages.
See GSI-OpenSSH/Internals for more details on the internals of GSI-OpenSSH.
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