Matt Wallis <mattw%madmonks.org@localhost> writes: > Hi Folks, > > I’ve recently been working to get my Sparc IPXs back online. I got one of them to boot 9.1 via > NFS and had everything working. Including the excitement of a 7 hour wait during the first boot > for OpenSSH to generate host keys. :-) > > I then realised I hadn’t grabbed the latest version, and wanted to try a local disk install, so > grabbed the 9.2 install, mounted it via NFS and installed to a SCSI2SD device that I picked up to > replace the old HDD. > > Install went fine, but now it drops cores when using SSL for anything. The SSH startup fails, as > does pkgin, all with the same error. > > sparcy# pkgin install openssh > assertion "(*wnumtop) == 0" failed: file "/usr/src/crypto/external/bsd/openssl/dist/crypto/bn/bn_div.c”, > line 439, function "bn_div_f" >  Abort trap (core dumped) pkgin install openssh > sparcy# ssh-keygen > Generating public/private rsa key pair. > assertion "(*wnumtop) == 0" failed: file "/usr/src/crypto/external/bsd/openssl/dist/crypto/bn/bn_div.c”, > line 439, function "bn_div_f" >  Abort trap (core dumped) ssh-keygen I installed a netbsd-9/sparc distribution built from sources updated on May 12 into qemu using anita, and ran the self tests. I then did 'anita interace' logged in as root and ran ssh-keygen, which worked. openssl version reports: OpenSSL 1.1.1k 25 Mar 2021 I did not try pkgin and pkgsrc openssh. Not sure this datapoint helps.
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