Darren Tucker wrote:

> Rogier Stam wrote:
>
>> I tried porting OpenSSH-4.3p2 to arm-linux (IXP425 Xscale platform) >
>> using openssl-0.9.8b and uClibc. This on the snapgear 3.2.0
>> distribution. It all compiles without problems, but when i run any
>> openssh executable it will always show output similar to the following:
>> # ssh
>> sh: /usr/bin/ssh: No such file or directory
>> #
>>
>> I checked for the libraries, they are all in /lib. To give you an ls:

>
>[list of libs]
>
> libz.so seems to be missing.
>
> If that's not it, do you have ldd on your target, and if so what does
> ldd /usr/bin/ssh say?
>

In the meantime i've tried openssh-4.0p1 and 4.2p1, all with the same
results. I also found that this bug occurred before in 3.5, but wasn't
solved due to incomplete bug report
(http://bugzilla.mindrot.org/show_bug.cgi?id=422).
Should (in the case of a missing library) the name of the missing lib
not be displayed? (assuming this is the case). Strangely enough i see
(using ldd) a libc.so.6 aside from my libc.so.0. yet i have not
specified it, and i link with the -nostdlib option. Where it comes from
I don't know. Checking with arm-linux-objdump -x doesn't show it
either, nor does a grep -r. Could this be an errant message from the
host compiled ldd?

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