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Re: OpenSSH Login Problems / CheckInstall .deb package?


Thanks again, that allowed me to uninstall xmame as well.

OK, so I got openssh debuilt and dpkg'ed, but I still have the problem with md5 keys. The error message changed: it is now "Permission denied (publickey,gssapi-keyex,gssapi-with- mic,password)."; it used to be "Permission denied (publickey,password).". But it is still fundamentally the same error - no md5 key support on the ssh server - I believe.

When I was debuild-ing openssh, I believe the configure phase produced something like:

--md5-keys: no

(It all happened so fast, and I didn't think to save the whole configure dialog).

Does anyone know how to install md5 support for crypt on Debian (all I found searching the packages was support for perl libraries and the like), or, better yet, does anyone have any experience configuring the ssh server in Debian? I should probably post this to the debian- user list, and I will if I get no response here.

Thanks for all the help so far.

Jeffrey Rolland

"The weed of crime bears bitter fruit; crime does NOT pay! The Shadow knows!"
  - _The Shadow_

On Oct 26, 2007, at 12:17 AM, Jack Malmostoso wrote:

On Fri, 26 Oct 2007 03:20:09 +0200, Jeffrey Rolland wrote:

How do I find the package names for openssh if I need to uninstall it

The package name is everything that comes before the first underscore,

openssh-server    _4.3p2-9_powerpc.deb

Btw, check the settings of your mail client/newsreader and set your word
wrap at a sane value (i.e. 80 characters per line).

Best Regards, Jack
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