On Fri, Mar 24, 2017 at 2:37 PM, O. Hartmann <ohartm...@walstatt.org> wrote:
> Having just updated CURRENT to CURRENT 12.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 12.0-CURRENT #1
> r315900: Fri Mar 24 14:17:22 CET 2017 amd64, I can not connect to remote
> systems via ssh anymore:
> /usr/bin/ssh: Undefined symbol "msetlocale"
> Google suggests for this kind of error a miscompilation of the binary.
> I had a crash, again (SSDs and CURRENT have a serious problem!), had to
> improvise with the USB flash ISO image of CURRENT found on FreeBSD.org from
> 23.03.2017, ~ 18 o'clock, but have rebuilt and installed world and kernel
> from a
> clean /usr/obj two times. Still being bugged by this mysterious error.
> Can somebody help, please?
> Thanks in advance,
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I haven't upgraded myself yet, but I fetched the sources.
Could you check ldd /usr/bin/ssh ?
If you have libprivatessh in there, could you do nm -D
/usr/lib/libprivatessh.so | grep msetlocale and see if you get any output (
I think you should get one line )
Otherwise it would seem that either libprivatessh is not built correctly or
that it is not installed correctly. But these are just my guesses.
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