Thanks, I realized this after I had done more digging. I have downloaded
from cvs the 4.4p1 release, the configure went fine, the make finished
with no problems, but make install failed on scard, no rule for install.
I commented out everything in the scard/Makefile under install, and it
then finished and now I have it running. I have been doing this on a
opteron mb running Ubuntu-x86_64. Please forgive me if I seem
particularly dense, but the whole reason for doing this is to deny a
group of users from ssh'ing into the server from the internet, but allow
them to do this from the local net. I was hoping to do the following:
Match Group untrusted
RequiredAuthentication deny
but I get a: Directive 'RequiredAuthentication' not allowed within a
Match block.
So how can I do this?

Thanks for your help

On Fri, 2006-22-09 at 09:08 +1000, Darren Tucker wrote:
> Ross Marshall wrote:
> > I have included the following in the config file:
> > Match Address
> > AllowTcpForwarding yes
> > GatewayPorts no
> > and when I try to start openssh, I get:
> > /opt/etc/ssh/sshd_config: line 80: Bad configuration option: Match
> > /opt/etc/ssh/sshd_config: terminating, 1 bad configuration options
> > did I miss something when I compiled the server, or am I doing a
> > mis-configuration?

> Match was added after the 4.3p2 release so it's not in the version you have.
> There's a patch for 4.3p2 here:
> (you want attachment
> #1127).
> It's already in the snapshots, and the 4.4 release will be happening
> some time in the very near future.