Subject: Re: [PINE-CERT-20020301] OpenSSH off-by-one
To: Steven M. Bellovin <email@example.com>
From: Michael Kukat <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/07/2002 19:07:00
On Thu, 7 Mar 2002, Steven M. Bellovin wrote:
> The problem is that openssh 3.1 will not compile with the version
> of openssl in 1.5.2. Is it safe to install the pkgsrc version on such
> systems? Will it override properly in the build process? I think I'm
> going to just apply the one-line patch for now, but that may not be
> feasible for the next hole.
[michael@calchas michael]$ grep OPENSSL /etc/mk.conf
[michael@calchas michael]$ /usr/sbin/pkg_info|grep openss
openssl-0.9.6nb2 Secure Socket Layer and cryptographic library
openssh-188.8.131.52 Open Source Secure shell client and server (remote login program)
so, now i'll grab 3.1 and build it, including the S/Key-patch (just add the
necessary parameter in the function the compiler complains about during
build, if you want to include S/Key).
BTW: It is safe to delete the old base-OpenSSH-stuff, and rename the "openssl"-
executable to "openssl.old" or so.
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