cliffo at u.washington.edu
Fri Feb 16 16:30:56 PST 2001
I found that re-configuring with "LIBS=-lcrypt ./configure" was painless.
Since we're on the subject, has anyone had any luck with sftp on redhat 7
boxes? I keep getting this error message when I try (I have modified
sshd_config to allow sftp connections):
Feb 16 15:46:13 xxxxxx sshd: error: channel 0: internal error: we
do not read, but chan_read_failed for istate 8
In fact, this seems to occur on a regular basis with sshd in general on
In other news, I have been totally impressed today by the ability of the
ssh2 protocol to have secure file browsing as well as secure file
copying. This is exactly what I've been looking for...an excellent
alternative to both ftp and scp.
Dave D. (or anyone at CAC), as far as updating the clusters on
dante/homer/etc. can't you just run sshd in fall back mode so we can take
advantage of ssh2 now and still support those who have not installed (or
can't get) an ssh2 client for their systems?
On Fri, 16 Feb 2001, Walter Marchuk wrote:
> It is not authenticating correctly. Its authenticating using DES instead
> of MD5. Change your hashed password entry to DES or reconfigure your ssh.
> Here's a script i wrote awhile back.
> # Name: crypt
> # Description: Crypts passwords
> # Author: Walter Marchuk
> # Date: 08/10/2000
> $password = $ARGV;
> $option = $ARGV;
> # Options checking
> if (!($password) || ($password eq "-h") || ($password eq "--help"))
> print qq[ Crypt utility. \n Author: Walter Marchuk\n Date: 08/10/2000\n Version: 1.0\n HELP:\n crypt <password text> <-n>\n -n No newline\n];
> exit 1;
> $salt = int(rand(9934));
> $cryptedpass = crypt($password, $salt);
> if (($option eq "-n"))
> print "$cryptedpass";
> print "$cryptedpass\n";
> exit 0
> Walter Marchuk
> Senior Computer Specialist
> University of Washington
> Electrical Engineering
> Room: 307g
> marchuk at ee.washington.edu
> On Fri, 16 Feb 2001, Cliff wrote:
> > Hey all,
> > Wondering if anyone has compiled the latest version of openssh on
> > slackware? I compiled openssl on my P90 (ugh, that took forever) and
> > then compiled openssh with no compiler errors. But when I started up
> > the new version of sshd, I was not able to ssh back in. I could
> > connect, but my password was not accepted for any account...I tried
> > connecting with both the version 1 ssh.com client as well as the openssh
> > client...
> > I haven't checked any documentation yet, so forgive me if I need to
> > RTFM.
> > Thanks,
> > Cliff
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