[LON-CAPA-admin] Re: [LON-CAPA-dev] Fwd: [suse-security-announce] OpenSSH Vulnerability
Guy Albertelli II
guy at albertelli.com
Wed Jul 3 16:32:48 EDT 2002
> > The big problem is RedHat 6.2:
> > openssh-3.3p1 requires openssl-0.9.6 or later. RedHat 6.2 uses
> > openssl-0.9.5a. The only option I see right now is to upgrade openssl
> > (e.g., by recompiling a RedHat 7.x src rpm). However, openssl is used
> > by apache and others. Has anybody tried to run apache under RedHat 6.2
> > with openssl-0.9.6 or later? Does it break everything? Is there somewhere
> > a development/test LON-CAPA box running RH6.2 where this could be tested?
> Yes I have 2 rh6.2 boxes I can test this out on. I will try it out
As far as I can tell a standard apache install under RedHat 6.2
doesn't care what version of openssl is installed.
I was able to upgrade the openssl to 0.9.6 and apache worked fine.
However I needed to downgrade back to openssl-0.9.5.a to run your pached ssh
server on the machine, and the standard RH ssh servers won't install
due to the dependency on the newer libc
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