Subject: openssh core dumps on Solaris 7
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Alex Gerasimoff <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/09/2003 14:26:15
openssh-188.8.131.52 compiles and installs OK on Solaris 7 from pkgsrc,
but when I try to run it, it dumps core.
I tried to disable support for skey, tcp-wrappers and some other
stuff(in the Makefile), but it dumps core anyway.
When I extract the sources (bmake extract) and compile and install it
manually, the sshd seems to be OK.
(use configure, make (not bmake) in in the work directory, make install)
I would like to open a PR, but since I am new to this, I do not exactly
know which info (and how) I should include.
Should I send the sshd binary and core file ? (send-pr-form does not
seem to allow attachements)
Should I compile it with a special option for debugging ?