OpenSSH is a derivative of the original free ssh 1.2.12 release from Tatu Ylönen. This version was the last one which was free enough for reuse by our project.
Parts of OpenSSH still bear Tatu’s license which was contained in that release. This version, and earlier ones, used mathematical functions from the libgmp library.
That library was also included with these early ssh versions.
The libgmp library is made available under the (LGPL) Lesser GNU Public Licence, although versions of that era were under the regular (GPL) GNU Public Licence.
Once installed, OpenSSH will automatically replace the Telnet and rlogin utilities with the SSH (Secure Shell) program, as well as the FTP tool with SFTP and RCP with SCP.
Additionally, it includes the SSH daemon (sshd) and various useful utilities, such as ssh-agent, ssh-add, ssh-keygen, ssh-keysign, ssh-keyscan and sftp-server.
Portable OpenSSH has two components, the client and the server. Logically each one has to be started on a machine to be able to communicate correctly.
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