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Re: [suse-security] openssh
  • From: Ben Rosenberg <ben@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 24 Feb 2002 23:31:23 -0800
  • Message-id: <20020225073123.GA19407@xxxxxxxxx>
If you installed Glibc 2.2 on a 6.4 have probably broke a
lot of the system that was compiled to run software on a different
version of glibc. glibc is backward compatible but not if
they are looking for libs that are newer version then they were compiled
against then they will most likely error. You should just build a new
drive w/ a newer version of SuSE on it..transfer your configs and data
to the new system and do a latenight cut over.

* engelbert.gruber@xxxxxxxxx (engelbert.gruber@xxxxxxxxx) [020224 23:28]:
->On Mon, 25 Feb 2002, Ralf Schoenian wrote:
->> Hello,
->> I have tried to install a new openssh version on a SuSE Linux 6.4 The rpm
->> expected the glibc 2.2 so I have installed this too. Now I am in trouble. A
->> friend told me, that the server will not reboot. Is that true? Does anyone
->> have an idea what I can do?
->not absolutely.
->i did the same BUT i have the server at my side and i replaced
->all (or most) of the base packages (that is series a) and there
->lies another dog :-) the packages nkita and nkitb are split
->up on newer suses for example telnet is now in telnet and telnet-server
->ESPECIALLY inetd is in a separate package.
->summing up: it should work check closely for base packages
-> (maybe replace the kernel) and check for needed and running
-> servers: as long as you donot reboot the running servers
-> will serve although no longer installed.
-> BINGO: conveniently integrate economically sound technology
-> --- Engelbert Gruber ----=~
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Ben Rosenberg mailto:ben@xxxxxxxxx
"I've never been quarantined. But the more I look around the more I
think it might not be a bad thing." -JC

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