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Gettting Openssh 3.4p1 working on Unixware 7.11 - SCO

I have download the skunkware Openssh 3.4p1, prngd-0.9.23, zlib-1.1.4 and I cannot get ssh to work....PRNG not seeded...I have been reading everything I can find on PRNG but nothing explains to me about proper configuration on UW7.11. After installing (using pkgadd) the prngd is installed in /usr/local/sbin and prngd-seed and prngd.conf are in /usr/local/etc/prngd..... # ssh-keygen produces error "PRNG is not seeded" # ssh produces error... dynamic linker: ssh: binder error: symbol not found: strlcpy; referenced from: ssh Killed Can anyone who has this working, let me know have they have it configured? Thanks, David....

  1. #1

    Default Gettting Openssh 3.4p1 working on Unixware 7.11

    I have download the skunkware Openssh 3.4p1, prngd-0.9.23, zlib-1.1.4
    and I cannot get ssh to work....PRNG not seeded...I have been reading
    everything I can find on PRNG but nothing explains to me about proper
    configuration on UW7.11. After installing (using pkgadd) the prngd
    is installed in /usr/local/sbin and prngd-seed and prngd.conf are in
    /usr/local/etc/prngd.....

    # ssh-keygen produces error "PRNG is not seeded"

    # ssh produces error...
    dynamic linker: ssh: binder error: symbol not found: strlcpy;
    referenced from: ssh
    Killed

    Can anyone who has this working, let me know have they have
    it configured?

    Thanks, David.
    D. Guest

  2. #2

    Default Re: Gettting Openssh 3.4p1 working on Unixware 7.11

    In article <google.com>,
    D. Wolf - Just Solutions, Inc. <com> wrote: 
    Hopefully you will get some answers on your issue, however I
    would strongly recommend you get the latest release of Openssh as
    there are security issues with the version you are talking about.

    Dave


    Dave Guest

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    Default Re: Gettting Openssh 3.4p1 working on Unixware 7.11

    Hi,

    I build mine sometimes ago (now on the latest version) with the
    following:

    openssl 0.9.6h
    zlib 1.1.4
    gcc 2.95.2pl1
    gmake 3.78.1
    openssh 3.5p1

    prngd is more for SCO OpenServer rather than unixware requirement.

    I can't remember from which version it is, there is a change in
    openssh > 3.1. An additional unix account (non-iteractive) is
    required, namely sshd. It is setup as the following before sshd will
    run.

    sshd:9999:9999:Privilege Separate Account:/var/empty/bin/false

    I would suggest to use the latest version openssh 3.7.1p2 as there are
    various warning from cert on version older then the latest.

    Good luck

    Eric

    com (D. Wolf - Just Solutions, Inc.) wrote in message news:<google.com>... 
    Eric Guest

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    Default Re: Gettting Openssh 3.4p1 working on Unixware 7.11

    On 27 Oct 2003 17:54:21 -0800, com (D. Wolf - Just
    Solutions, Inc.) wrote:
     

    Good. Hey, why not use SCO's own ssh daemon? What's that you say? "SCO
    don't supply such software?" Well that's too bad, Dave. The company
    that makes and distributes your chosen OS doesn't recognise the GPL.
    So in effect they don't recognise the licence. Thus, using GPL'ed
    software in SCO products is a violation of the licence. You're opening
    yourself, and/or your customers to legal action.

    Of course, you can continue in the hope you won't get caught, and try
    not to think of all the hard work the community of developers have
    contributed to create the software you need. You know, those same
    people SCO are attempting to steal the software from so that they can
    sell it on for a profit. If you feel happy about that, and not at all
    grimey and soiled, then go right ahead and take it from us, Dave. You
    deserve it <wink>...

    --
    FyRE < "War: The way Americans learn geography" >
    FyRE Guest

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    Default Re: Gettting Openssh 3.4p1 working on Unixware 7.11

    On Tue, 28 Oct 2003 20:06:40 +0000, FyRE <demon.ku.oc.x> wrote: 
    >
    >Good. Hey, why not use SCO's own ssh daemon? What's that you say? "SCO
    >don't supply such software?" Well that's too bad, Dave. The company
    >that makes and distributes your chosen OS doesn't recognise the GPL.
    >So in effect they don't recognise the licence. Thus, using GPL'ed
    >software in SCO products is a violation of the licence. You're opening
    >yourself, and/or your customers to legal action.
    >[/ref]

    In the interests of accuracy, FyRE, I have to point out that OpenSSH and
    OpenSSL are NOT GPL-licensed products. I think they are licensed under a
    BSD style license.
    Joe Guest

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    Default Re: Gettting Openssh 3.4p1 working on Unixware 7.11

    On Tue, 28 Oct 2003 20:12:18 GMT, invalid (Joe Dunning)
    wrote:
     
    >>
    >>Good. Hey, why not use SCO's own ssh daemon? What's that you say? "SCO
    >>don't supply such software?" Well that's too bad, Dave. The company
    >>that makes and distributes your chosen OS doesn't recognise the GPL.
    >>So in effect they don't recognise the licence. Thus, using GPL'ed
    >>software in SCO products is a violation of the licence. You're opening
    >>yourself, and/or your customers to legal action.
    >>[/ref]
    >
    >In the interests of accuracy, FyRE, I have to point out that OpenSSH and
    >OpenSSL are NOT GPL-licensed products. I think they are licensed under a
    >BSD style license.[/ref]

    Ok, I'll conceed that, however, I'm pretty sure that gcc and the
    support libs required for it to compile and work are GPL'ed ;-)
    --
    FyRE < "War: The way Americans learn geography" >
    FyRE Guest

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    Default Re: Gettting Openssh 3.4p1 working on Unixware 7.11

    In article <com>,
    FyRE <demon.ku.oc.x> wrote: 
     [/ref]
     

    Makes absolutely no difference in this case. Go to openssh.org and
    you will see that openssh does not use the GPL.

    ========================================
    This file is part of the OpenSSH software.

    The licences which components of this software fall under are as
    follows. First, we will summarize and say that all components
    are under a BSD licence, or a licence more free than that.

    OpenSSH contains no GPL code.

    1)
    * Copyright (c) 1995 Tatu Ylonen <hut.fi>, Espoo, Finland
    * All rights reserved
    *
    * As far as I am concerned, the code I have written for this software
    * can be used freely for any purpose. Any derived versions of this
    * software must be clearly marked as such, and if the derived work is
    * incompatible with the protocol description in the RFC file, it must be
    * called by a name other than "ssh" or "Secure Shell".

    ========================================

    And it continues on - you can got to www.openssh.org and read it
    for your self. That code is wide open to do anything you wish,
    except remove the copyright statements, and if you change anything
    to make it incomaptible you can't call it ssh or Secure Shell
     

    But not for SSH.

    Try another piece of software for your argument to use as an
    example.

    Bill

    --
    Bill Vermillion - bv wjv . com
    Bill Guest

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