This is a discussion on Re: [FreeBsd 7.0] Openldap server - client / error with openssl - - FreeBSD ; Hi Matthew Thanks you for you reply. Before patching openssh, i've installed openssh 4.1 with port, and so the path librairy located in different path. Now i just desintall openssh4.1, and openssh running fine. Thansk you for your help. Regards ...
Thanks you for you reply.
Before patching openssh, i've installed openssh 4.1 with port, and so the
path librairy located in different path.
Now i just desintall openssh4.1, and openssh running fine.
Thansk you for your help.
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Subject: Re: [FreeBsd 7.0] Openldap server - client / error with openssl - openssh
> I just found security upgrade openssh, but don't running on my ldap
> server, same error :
> And if i check version of channel.c file after upgrade :
> serverldap# patch < /var/tmp/openssh.patch
> Hmm... Looks like a unified diff to me...
> The text leading up to this was:
> |Index: crypto/openssh/channels.c
> |================================================= ==================
> |RCS file: /home/ncvs/src/crypto/openssh/channels.c,v
> |retrieving revision 1.23
> |diff -u -r1.23 channels.c
> |--- crypto/openssh/channels.c 30 Sep 2006 13:38:04 -0000 1.23 <--
> Same value, same version
> |+++ crypto/openssh/channels.c 15 Apr 2008 19:09:48 -0000
> Can anyone have idea ?
idea is patented software IIRC, and you need to add flags to
/etc/src.conf to enable idea realated stuff to be built. See src.conf(5).
I guess the problem you're seeing is because either:
you built either openssh or openssl on a different machine to where
you're running it and there's a difference in the WITH/WITHOUT_IDEA
settings between the two machines
you built openssh to link against the ports version of openssl
but you're running on a machine with only the base version installed
(although I'm not certain about that last: I think that scenario would
perhaps result in 'file not found' error messages from ld.so when it
find the SSL shlibs in /usr/local/lib)
Oh, and FreeBSD 7.0 is definitely freebsd-stable@... material nowadays.
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