Do not be deceived by the 3.6p1 by RH? They backport everything and thus
3.6p1 is most likely update with OpenSSH current.
Also, recently, RH decided to fork their own SSH from the openSSH code.
Someone correct me if I am wrong.

I cannot accuraately speak to suse's situation ...

LDB

Vandor, Steven A wrote:

>Do you know if either of the patches referenced above can be applied to the 3.6p1 code shipped by Red Hat (RHEL3) and Suse (SLES8)? It appears they were integrated in the 3.7p1 and 3.9p1 releases, respectively.
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