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      This looks pretty interesting. I would love to see a line/word comparison with OpenSSH core, not including all the things that tinyssh doesn’t ship like scp etc. I also wonder what that comparison would look like if tinyssh implemented a lot of the security features OpenSSH does (e.g. authenticating untrusted clients in a chroot jail, at least IIRC), but I think that’ll be very difficult to figure out.

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      I’ve been using that for over 2 years already as the SSH server residing inside initial ramdisk, for remote LUKS decryption purposes.

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        Cool! Do you have a link to how you set that up?

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