Has anyone ported S/Key to Solaris 2.x (or to any other SysV-based OS)?
Hello,Quote:> Has anyone ported S/Key to Solaris 2.x (or to any other SysV-based OS)?
you can try the logdaemon package from Wietse Venema. It's available from
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NRL OPIE is a derivative of Bellcore "S/Key" (TradeMark of Bellcore),Quote:>Has anyone ported S/Key to Solaris 2.x (or to any other SysV-based OS)?
and will compile out of the box on all major versions of UNIX, including
Solaris 2.x. The developers have Solaris 2.4 at hand so it gets especially
extensive testing for Solaris 2.4. It should also work under other System
V variants and is known to work under BSD, Linux, SGI IRIX, HP HPUX, SunOS
4.1.x, Solaris 2.x, etc.
Replies came from:Quote:> Has anyone ported S/Key to Solaris 2.x (or to any other SysV-based OS)?
The first two pointed me to the S/Key that comes with Wietse Venema's
logdaemon package, which can be found on:
The latest version as of this date (19960410) is 5.0.
The logdaemon package works on the following platforms (quoted from the
All code works with SunOS 4, SunOS 5 (Solaris), Ultrix 4.x and other
BSD43/SYSV4 clones. In addition, the S/Key-ified parts work with IRIX
5.3, HP-UX 9.0, and Sony NewsOS 4.x; the login clone also reportedly
works with Linux. There is a very good chance everything now also works
with Digital UNIX, but I was unable to test this myself.
The third pointed me to OPIE, which can be found on:
The latest version as of this date (19960410) is 2.11.
OPIE works on the following platforms (quoted from the README):
This software should work on any POSIX-compliant UNIX-like system (see
the documentation for more details). It will probably not work on
systems that lack POSIX compliance.
Many thanks to the respondents!
I access the Solaris 5.7 server as x terminal. However, I can not use
the Alt key and Meta key.
I tried to use xmodmap to map the key.
I also put a .Xmodmap file in my home directory for .xinitrc.
The file contents are:
add mod1 = Alt_L
add mod4 = Meta_L Meta_R
keysym Alt_L = Alt_L Meta_L
keysym Alt_R = Alt_R Meta_R
And the results when I run "xmodmap -pke" are:
keycode 9 =
keycode 10 =
keycode 11 =
keycode 12 =
keycode 13 = Shift_R Shift_R
keycode 14 = Control_R Control_R
keycode 15 = Alt_R Meta_R
keycode 16 = BackSpace Delete
keycode 17 = Tab Tab
keycode 18 = Alt_L Meta_L
keycode 19 =
keycode 20 = Clear Clear
keycode 21 = Return
keycode 22 =
keycode 23 =
keycode 24 = Shift_L Shift_L
keycode 25 = Control_L Control_L
keycode 26 = Menu Menu
keycode 27 = Pause Pause
keycode 28 = Caps_Lock Caps_Lock
keycode 29 = KP_F1 KP_F1
keycode 30 =
keycode 31 =
... ... ...
But the problem is there is no Alt_L Alt_R key. So the association Meta
key to Alt key definitely not
Any one has good suggestion for fixing my Alt Key problem?