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From: David Jacoby (dj@outpost24.com)
Date: Wed Dec 15 2004 - 06:56:59 EST

Marc-Christian Petersen wrote:

>On Wednesday 15 December 2004 12:49, David Jacoby wrote:
>>Anyone else tried to apply this patch? The patch does work but not
>>I guess the machie is secure against the DoS attack but after i
>>installed the patch
>>i cant use SSH.When i tryed to SSH i didnt get any password prompt.
>>user@autopsia:~$ ssh user@
>>Permission denied, please try again.
>>Permission denied, please try again.
>>Permission denied (publickey,password,keyboard-interactive).
>>The patch will crash SSH :|
>without looking at the patch, I think this isn't the causer of the patch at
>ciao, Marc
Well it is, i booted on the old kernel and SSH worked perfect and then
on the new kernel with the patch i cant SSH, i dont even
get an password prompt. I tried to ssh to more than one host aswell, i
also removed the key in .known_hosts but it still doesnt work.

Have you installed the patch?


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