Re: ssh version numbering...
From: Brian Hatch (bri_at_ifokr.org)
Date: Tue, 11 May 2004 06:35:20 -0700 To: Tim Traver <email@example.com>
> ok, this is a silly question, but I'm trying to make sure that I have all
> of the right versions of things.
> I recently updated my openssl to "OpenSSL 0.9.7d 17 Mar 2004"
> and I have compiled the latest openssh, but I get this when I do an ssh -V :
> bash-2.05b# ssh -V
> OpenSSH_3.8p1, SSH protocols 1.5/2.0, OpenSSL 0.9.6g 9 Aug 2002
Clearly, you're compiling against the older OpenSSL code.
When you finish the ./configure for OpenSSH, you'll see a screen
about what paths it's planning using, the features that are on
or off, etc. Check this and see where it's currently finding
the 0.9.6g OpenSSL.
Delete it, or move the old stuff elsewhere.
Best is to point ./configure explicitly at your 0.9.7d code, with
the '--with-ssl=/path/to/openssl/installation' option (hope
that's right) or something like this:
export CFLAGS CPPFLAGS LDFLAGS
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