Linked by Kevin Miller on Thu 15th Oct 2009 22:16 UTC
BeOS & Derivatives Today marks an entire week of using Haiku as my primary operating system. This is my first PC to get the most out of any BeOS related operating system to date. My old 200MHz Toshiba ran R5 PE just fine but without any networking. My eMachine ran Zeta just fine, but once again, there were networking issues (and Zeta was pronounced dead around this time). In the age of the Internet, this pretty much forced me away from BeOS and its decendants until now.
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Lennie
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2007-09-22

I'm like Theo de Raadt, I don't trust wireless encryption, I use would use a VPN.

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frood Member since:
2005-07-06

Yeah, at the moment I'm thinking sending all traffic down an SSH tunnel. How much of what we're talking about is supported in Haiki, I'm not sure.

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umccullough Member since:
2006-01-26

Yeah, at the moment I'm thinking sending all traffic down an SSH tunnel. How much of what we're talking about is supported in Haiki, I'm not sure.


Not entirely sure what you're asking there...

But Haiku's browser (based on Firefox 2) supports https and Haiku R1/Alpha1 comes with OpenSSH already installed, so you can use ssh/scp from a terminal to your heart's content ;)

I don't think Haiku supports IPSec or ssh tunneling of all traffic at the netstack level yet...

Edited 2009-10-16 17:57 UTC

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