Re: dropped connection with openssh4.2

I think what is going on is I didn't build openssl 0.9.8a as "shared"
and it (might be) using the header files for 0.9.8a but it looks like it
definitely linking with an old openssl in /lib

I just don't understand why a commercial client would connect but
nothing else. (not even openssh on localhost) Kinda strange to me.

Trying it again... I'll let you know :-)

Take care


ilaiy wrote:
> Try using
> ssh -vvv <ipaddressofcygwin>

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