Re: ssh and hostname (libc NSS and ipv4)
On Fri, Oct 06, 2000 at 11:39:32AM -0400, firstname.lastname@example.org typed:
} On 06 Oct 2000 at 19:11 (+0900), Takuo KITAME wrote:
} | >>>>> On Fri, 6 Oct 2000 12:00:05 +0200 (CEST)
} | >>>>> "SS" == Svante Signell <email@example.com> wrote...
} | SS> and they are back again with libc6_2.1.94-3:
} | SS> ssh -v localhost: NOT OK!
} | SS> ssh -v -4 localhost: OK
} | ssh need recompile on libc6_2.1.94.
} recompiling did not solve the problem for me, but the non-stripped
} binary was good for a gdb session -- unfortunately, I have no nice
} way to debug into libc6 :(
I think the problem is somewhere deep in libc6-2.1.94. For some
reason ipv4 addresses are okay, but ipv6 addresses cause seg faults.
For instance, if (somehow) you got an ipv6 connection to a machine
with libc6-2.1.94 (say, old ssh connections that were around after
the upgrade) and you run netstat -at, netstat will core dump on
hostname lookup of the ipv6 stuff. netstat -nat will not result in
a core dump, and you can see the ipv6 stuff.
} brent (contemplating 'apt-get -b source libc6')
I don't think more building is going to help here.
An Thi-Nguyen Le
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