> On 17 Sep 2000, Jason Evans wrote:
> > On Fri, Sep 15, 2000 at 03:40:12PM +0100, Konstantin Chuguev wrote:
> > > Udo Schweigert wrote:
> > >
> > > > after a fresh build of -current openssh does not work if connecting to the
> > > > root-user. For example (tested from a -stable machine, but the same from
> > > > 4.1-RELEASE):
> > >
> > > Yes, I've been seeing the same thing since the checkout of the SMPng stuff...
> > > No idea why it's happening.
> > I've seen similar things intermittently over the past 10 days, and
> > specifically the same problem for the past three days or so. I'm pretty
> > sure that the problems have been associated with the random device rather
> > than the SMP work specifically.
> Well, the crash is apparently due to malloc flags - remove the
> /etc/malloc.conf link and it may work better. I've only seen this once,
> and when I tried to run sshd under gdb it went away, and now I can't
> reproduce it again. :-(
Got it !
See version 1.6 of src/lib/libc/stdlib/setenv.c. This took me all
night - Up for work in two hours !!! :-(
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