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Re: Oh crap. OpenSSH 3.1 segfaulting (OpenBSD 2.8)
oh, if you have openssl-0.9.6 than you have to remove
the last part of the patch.
i.e. all lines after:
--- cipher.c.orig Mon Feb 18 08:05:32 2002
+++ cipher.c Thu Mar 7 10:36:28 2002
On Thu, Mar 07, 2002 at 02:42:19PM -0600, C. Bensend wrote:
> On Thu, 7 Mar 2002, Chris Grout wrote:
> > Try upgrading to OpenSSL 0.9.6 or newer. Someone else posted earlier
> > that there was a dependency on 0.9.6 and 2.8 and earlier I believe comes
> > with 0.9.5x...
> Oh boy. I just realized something... I DID upgrade to
> 0.9.6c this past week. Unfortunately, no one had answered
> my questions about the correct way to do this on OpenBSD,
> so I simply installed it into /usr/local/ssl.
> Could this be a problem with having two versions of OpenSSL
> on the machine? If so, what is the _correct_ way to
> upgrade OpenSSL, or should I be asking how to compile
> OpenSSH 3.1 against the new OpenSSL?
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