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I am trying to get openssl.0.9.7g and openssh4.1 updated on several FC2 boxes. I am able to compile each without a problem and they seem to be working until ldconfig is ran. SSH will then close the connection after entering a username.
If I force ssh to use protocol 1 and restart ssh, it works. If I disable PrivilegeSeperation and restart ssh, it will work as well for both protocol 1 and 2. I am compiling ssl and ssh with these commands.
./config shared --prefix=/usr
make && make install
./configure --prefix=/usr --sysconfdir=/etc/ssh --with-ssl-dir=/usr
make && make install
I am not seeing any errors when this and ssh works until ldconfig is ran. So I am assuming this is a library issue. I have the outputs of ldconfig -v and sshd running in debug mode if it will help. I am assuming this is a library issue with libcrypto. If I force an openssh-server.3.6.1 rpm install, ssh starts working again.
Has anyone else came across this type of problem?
I removed both openssl and openssh rpms and recompiled each with the same options. It is still failing. The libraries are installing to /usr/lib. I have also tested this on 2 test servers with freshly installed OS, FC2. Same results on both servers.