[PATCH rtems-libbsd] Import telnetd from RTEMS repository

Chris Johns chrisj at rtems.org
Fri Apr 9 07:01:50 UTC 2021

On 9/4/21 4:47 pm, Sebastian Huber wrote:
> On 09/04/2021 08:36, Chris Johns wrote:
>> On 9/4/21 1:31 am, Gedare Bloom wrote:
>>> On Thu, Apr 8, 2021 at 2:18 AM Sebastian Huber
>>>> I would keep the services in rtems.git and add APIs for the things which
>>>> depend on RTEMS_NETWORKING. Then implement the API in the network
>>>> stacks. It is not that much:
>> Sebastian, I am sceptical this is possible for all but simplest networking
>> services. As a test if PTPv2 can be made to build and work this way then I am
>> happy to be convinced otherwise.
>> Hint, it needs signals for the legacy stack and kqueue for libbsd.
> tftpfs, ftpfs, ftpd, telnetd, and libdebugger are simple networking services.

Yes these are good examples of what can be supported and maybe telnetd could be
made to work with the legacy, libbsd and even lwip and so live in rtems.git but
I think any policy to allow these services needs to be refined.

> PTPv2 is probably a separate package anyway.

Package or not there are inherent constraints on what can be done and I think we
need to be realistic on what we can support.


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