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sshd (remote desktop) server, dotpup package
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aspup

Joined: 08 Mar 2007
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PostPosted: Thu 08 Mar 2007, 16:52    Post subject: sshd
Subject description: problems with sshd and puppy 2.14
 

Hi rarsa,

I followed the instructions to compile openssh (and managed it finally, because I am a newbie with linux), but I still get the message

OpenSSL version mismatch. Built against 90704f, you have 90802f

How can I fix this? Do I have to remove a package or some files?
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rarsa


Joined: 29 May 2005
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Location: Kitchener, Ontario, Canada

PostPosted: Fri 09 Mar 2007, 08:02    Post subject:  

I haven't had time to get at this. I'd recommend

1. Search the forum for OpenSSL
2. Open a new thread explaining your problem

I am sure people have seen this issue before with other programs (I think it was firefox)

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matrixfede

Joined: 14 May 2008
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PostPosted: Thu 15 May 2008, 07:36    Post subject:  

HI, I have problem:

I use puppy linux 4.0 and I do this for connect to remote pc:

# xhost +
#telnet xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
#login
setenv DISPLAY xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:0.0
then launch the application but i get the error can't open display.
In ubuntu i fixed thi error with gdmsetup then remove the mark on deny tcp connection, what i have to do i puppy dingo 4.0?
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rarsa


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PostPosted: Thu 15 May 2008, 11:23    Post subject:  

Why don't you use the

Code:
ssh -X xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx


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matrixfede

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PostPosted: Fri 16 May 2008, 09:00    Post subject:  

because i don't know...but is the same?

Wich is the procedure that i have to use?
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growler


Joined: 24 Mar 2008
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Location: Kapiti - New Zealand

PostPosted: Sat 18 Oct 2008, 22:57    Post subject: New openssh-5.1 PET package  

I have re-packaged bigbass's (slackware) openssh-5.1 with:

1. Server keys are generated by the post install script automatically on installation
2. A boot script is included so that sshd starts on each boot - and on installation
3. As recommended practise the sshd login only allows the user spot
4. The user is asked for new passwords for root and for spot
5. The sshd process runs as the new sshd user - that is added by the installation routine

I've uploaded to ftp.servage.net
user: puppy
pwd: puppylinux
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vtpup


Joined: 15 Oct 2008
Posts: 1422
Location: Republic of Vermont

PostPosted: Mon 20 Oct 2008, 16:21    Post subject:  

FYI I get an MD5 checksum error in the ssh dotpup download in the first page of this thread -- I'm using Puppy 3.01.

Downloaded several times.

I'm now downloading the ssh 5.1 pet version above -- hope it's okay for Puppy 3.01 -- I notice that in other threads it is mainly talked about in relation to Puppy 4.

Thanks!
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gola10

Joined: 01 Mar 2008
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PostPosted: Sat 06 Dec 2008, 23:21    Post subject: Re: New openssh-5.1 PET package  

growler wrote:
I have re-packaged bigbass's (slackware) openssh-5.1 with:

1. Server keys are generated by the post install script automatically on installation
2. A boot script is included so that sshd starts on each boot - and on installation
3. As recommended practise the sshd login only allows the user spot
4. The user is asked for new passwords for root and for spot
5. The sshd process runs as the new sshd user - that is added by the installation routine

I've uploaded to ftp.servage.net
user: puppy
pwd: puppylinux


Great job.
I am using 411 retro on cd.
Just found that did not run because /var/empty was missing. I created this directory manually and the problem was solved.
I saved the session on the cd and restarted but /var/empty did not show. Seems that for some reason it is not kept on the save session.
Maybe you check on rc.sshd if /var/empty exist and if not, create it, will solve the problem. I know noting about script programming so i can not help.
Thanks
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Pizzasgood


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Location: Knoxville, TN, USA

PostPosted: Sun 07 Dec 2008, 01:01    Post subject:  

Code:
mkdir -p /var/empty

Just stick that in it up near the top. You could be fancier and put it in the part that only runs when you run it with the 'start' option, but it doesn't hurt anything to do it any time it's run.

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gola10

Joined: 01 Mar 2008
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PostPosted: Sun 07 Dec 2008, 01:21    Post subject:  

I looked in internet for bash programming examples and after a few trials and errors came with this which was added to rc.sshd almost at the begining
#--------------------------------------
check=/var/empty

if ! [ -d $check ]; then
mkdir $check
fi
chown root:root $check
chmod 0600 $check
#-----------------------------------
rc.sshd was complaining about permission and priviledges so i added chown and chmod part and it worked.

I did a remaster of the livecd puppy 411 retro and choose the option where all my setting (customerization) should be included on the new livecd. Then i booted from the new livecd and rc.sshd is complaining that
"Privilege separation user sshd does not exist"
"Unable to start sshd daemon process"

Then i did adduser sshd and assigned sshd as password and it runs now.
Seems to me that remaster is not doing a good job.

This is not a complain but a contribution.
Thanks for the help
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Location: Kapiti - New Zealand

PostPosted: Sun 07 Dec 2008, 04:36    Post subject: /var/empty  

I modified the .pet pinstall.sh to create this directory on installation of the .pet
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