On May 31, 2006, at 3:26 PM, Andrew Reitz wrote:
For reasons that I don't want to go into here, I have recently
downgraded my principal FreeBSD server from 6.1 to 4.11-RELEASE. I
did this by installing a fresh copy of FreeBSD 4.11 on a clean HD,
and then I rsync'd all of my data over.
Everything has been working fine, until I tried to SSH to the box
this afternoon. While everything was working fine this morning, now
sshd hangs up immediately on all clients that attempt to connect.
In /var/log/messages, I see errors like this for every ssh
May 31 15:21:06 redefine sshd: error: ssh_dss_sign: sign failed
May 31 15:21:06 redefine sshd: fatal: mm_answer_sign:
Google hasn't enlightened me at all. This was *just* working a few
hours ago, and now, nada. Does anyone on this list have any ideas?
Curiously, I just restarted sshd, and now things are working again.
Has anybody ever seen this before?
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