So the hypothesis of this post perhaps didn't line up with what I wanted. https://xyproblem.info/
I'd like to develop android applications and possibly aarch64 ports. openssh was just a means to an end. And there might be better development tools. Without terribly much experience developing for android ( a little tinkering ) , I am unaware regarding the tooling.
I'm also trying to disambiguate between the tools used for Graphene Dev and the ones used for android development and what will work with which platform. Perhaps all the regular android development tools just work with GrapheneOS.
For example it looks like I might be able to install custom packages using adb https://developer.android.com/studio/command-line/adb#pm
Then I also should be able to use adb shell to run tests from the platform https://developer.android.com/studio/test/command-line
Then it might not be necessecary to use openssh. However it looks like if I find some use in building openssh and including it for my local GrapheneOS deployment I would take a look at https://grapheneos.org/build and could build the platform so I might include the installation of that aarch64 package or others.
I still don't know some things. Can the adb shell package manager be used to deploy native aarch64 binary pacakges for development? Or should I just build them along with GrapheneOS?
I clearly haven't looked around enough. But it looks like I am interested in building on an android platform. GrapheneOS is one of many, but it looks organized and with a security focus. I'll try to ask more targeted questions and not create "XY problem" posts.
But if there is any suggestions or shared expreince regarding deploying binaries quickly for development and testing procedures, I am interested.