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October 12, 2011, 11:26 pm
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I am working on Centos 5.7 platform and I downloaded the latest
openssh-4.3p2-72....src.rpm and installed on the platform.
Earlier sshd was not starting and I solved that problem by defining
SAN variable and now sshd starts fine.
But now I have the problem on the ssh client side, i.e. that is if I
want to logon to an outside machine from this newly installed openssh
rpm, I get following error
0E065068 configuration file routine: STR_COPY:variable has no value:
I was getting this error while sshd was not starting. That has been
taken care of. I now get this error when I try to login to a
different machine from where my latest openssh is installed.
The web site says something about commenting
[ pkcs_section ] in openssl.cnf. However, in my openssl.cnf, I do not
have this section and defining
MODULE_PATH, PKCS11_MODULE_PATH, hash did not help either.
Could someone please help on this issue.
thanks in anticipation
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