Re: ssh mutation (other or related? issue)
I recently made the switch to the OpenBSD sshd in potato, my users
instantly reported a small problem with it, it seems unix ssh clients work
fine with it, however the windows ssh clients return errors such as this
one "Server does not support setting max packet size."
> On Sun, 7 Nov 1999, Gregory T. Norris wrote:
> On Sun, Nov 07, 1999 at 09:46:12AM -0500, Ben Collins wrote:
> > Did it break anything?
> Yeah, I'd say it did... it wasn't a good time to deal with potentially
> unsupported hostkeys, so I used dpkg to remove (not purge) the new ssh
> and installed ssh-nonfree. After confirming that /usr/bin/ssh still
> worked, I did purge on ssh to remove the extraneous conffiles (the two
> ssh packages use different directories). Tested again, everything
> still seemed to work fine.
> Last night I compiled and installed a new kernel, and of course had to
> reboot so that it could take effect. About two hours ago I discovered
> that ssh no functions... looks like it doesn't know where it's
> conffiles are supposed to be.
> root@glitch[~]# /etc/init.d/ssh-nonfree start
> Starting Secure Shell server: sshderror: fatal: Could not load \
> host key: /etc/ssh/ssh_host_key. Check path and permissions.
> adric@glitch[~]$ dpkg -L ssh-nonfree|grep ^/etc/ssh
> A bug-report will be submitted shortly, assuming that no one else has
> already done so...
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