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'bksh' is a simple program designed to be a shell for SSH. It copies its input to a given backup file. Its goal is to allow administrators to create backup-only accounts. It works for either tape only or file & tape backups, and works as a shell so clients have very limited server access.
released on 4 March 2004
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