(cc:'ed the list, someone else may have some suggestions)

On Fri, Sep 29, 2006 at 06:13:16AM -0500, Marius Schamschula wrote:
> Darren,
>
> openssl 0.9.8d passed all tests.


OK that's useful. (Not definitive, I have recently found one problem that
the tests don't catch.)

> A bit more information in this matter:
>
> I built openssh 4.4.p1 against both openssl 0.9.8d and then 0.9.8c.
> Neither version worked.


> I then rebuilt 4.3.p2 against openssl 0.9.8d and it works.


OK, in summary to make sure I have this right:

OS X 10.4.7, openssl 0.9.8d: openssh 4.3p2 and 4.4p1 both work

OS X 10.3.9, openssl 0.9.8c: openssh 4.3p2 works, 4.4p1 doesn't
OS X 10.3.9, openssl 0.9.8d: openssh 4.3p2 works, 4.4p1 doesn't

Presumably the 10.3.9 builds were against the exact same binaries
of OpenSSL?

Could you please provide a client debug trace (ssh -vvv server) to show
where it's blowing up?

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