Subject: Re: muhah
To: Andrew Brown <email@example.com>
From: Trevor Johnson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/21/2001 14:14:27
> * links to openssl called md2, md4, d5, etc are not installed by
Wouldn't a few shell aliases--"alias md2 'openssl dgst -md2'" and so
on--work just as well?
> * i believe it ought to be part of the base system, after all...
OpenSSL was added to cryptosrc in June of 1999.
I suppose having the digest utility and the extended cksum is nice for
people who are prohibited from using the cryptosrc stuff, or (such as you)
who need to run a version of NetBSD from before 1999. It just seemed a
bit redundant until I understood your reasoning. Cheers.