As written on the comments: _ Colin Watson Says: May 17th, 2013 at 7:12 pm
I uploaded 6.2 packages to Debian a week or so after you posted this, so you can/should now just use those instead. I expect they should build fine on wheezy. _
As a matter of fact, the following is now deprecated
I’ve been using OpenSSH-LPK for years, as this is a really handy solution and no valid alternative existed… until a couple of months.
OpenSSH 6.2 has a new configuration item called “AuthorizedKeysCommand”. The value associated to that key permits to call any executable as a public key provider. Yes, that is sexy.
Debian only have OpenSSH 6.1p1 packages available and tagged as “experimental”, so we had to hack a little bit in order to build 6.2 packages, here’s how:
- Fetch experimental source package
As expected, many patches from debian don’t apply anymore, and I was not brave enough to backport them, I’ve just commented them in