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I compile an identical ssh, but it behaves differently

(Sorry if this is received multiple times, I'm confused with newsgroup 

I have etch, it has openssh-server and openssh-client installed, and
they work fine.  I do this:

    apt-get source openssh-server 
    cd openssh-* 
    I correct debian/changelog so that version is 4.3p2-custom1 
    dpkg-buildpackage -rfakeroot -us -uc 
    dpkg -i ../openssh-server_4.3p2-custom1_i386.deb \

Result: when I ssh into the server from another machine, I get the
message "Bad line 1 in /etc/default/login" (/etc/default/login contains
one line only, umask 022).  With the Debian packages it wasn't giving me
any such message.

Why my compiled ssh does not have exactly the same behaviour as

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