I should also add, that I am unable to connect to a Linux 2.4 box
running OpenSSH 3.5p1.

Whats the easiest way to compare the two dirs? Just want a recursive ls
on them?

I think its some kind of library issue...  I noticed the two machines
that are having issues have 'openssl-0.9.7d' installed as a port...

-If I copy a working copy of ssh from a 4.9r box it still gives the
error
-If I download the newest OpenSSH directly and compile it, it works
-If I make the openssh port, it works
-If I cvsup to stable, it fails
-If I cvsup to release, it fails



On Fri, 2004-04-02 at 15:15, Dag-Erling Smørgrav wrote:
> Daren Desjardins <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > The server is 4.9release, client is 4.9 stable. I have both base ssh and
> > openssh 3.8p1 installed, both of which have the same error connecting to
> > hosts.
> 
> OK, so 4.9-RELEASE can talk to 4.9-RELEASE and 4.9-STABLE can talk to
> 4.9-STABLE, but 4.9-STABLE can't talk to 4.9-RELEASE?
> 
> The strange thing is that there have been practically no changes in
> OpenSSH or OpenSSL since 4.9-RELEASE, until OpenSSL 0.9.7d was MFCed
> earlier today.  The only changes in OpenSSH are a documentation nit
> and a patch for a low-impact memory leak.
> 
> Could you compare src/crypto and src/secure on the two machines?
> 
> DES

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