Subject: Re: OpenSSH on Solaris 10.
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Steven Gurr <Steven.Gurr@Sun.COM>
Date: 12/12/2005 12:33:21
> On Mon, 12 Dec 2005 11:14:15 +0000
> Steven Gurr <Steven.Gurr@Sun.COM> wrote:
>>I've built /security/openssh on Solaris 10 with the sunpro compiler.
>>When I go to start it from the provided rc script the first time, the
>>ssh-keygen app just hangs. I'm not sure quite what's broken in it, but
>>for some reason it just doesn't do anything. I then truss'd it to see
>>what was going on, and I if I remember correctly it was an infinate loop
>>of calls to getpid(). I'm not at the console now, but can verify that
>>once I'm home tonight if needs be.
>>Does anyone have experience with this package on S10, or thoughts on
>>what's gone wrong?
> Any reason why you're not using Solaris native ssh?
Mainly because I was trying to use pkgsrc as my main package manager for
it. This box is basically just an experiment for me to see how well
Solaris 10 and pkgsrc go together. I'm very fond of a lot of the stuff
that Solaris 10 does, and found pkgsrc to offer a very large amount of
packages that work on it.