source: trunk/server/fedora/specs/openssh.spec.patch @ 2002

Last change on this file since 2002 was 1739, checked in by mitchb, 14 years ago
Eliminate spurious opsnssh error messages related to public keys If the following conditions apply: o Someone attempt to authenticate to an account with an ssh key o The account has an authorized_keys file o Entries in authorized_keys have restrictions (i.e. "from=" clauses) o The attempted key matches the type (RSA/DSA) of the restricted key(s) o The attempted key is not actually one of the authorized keys You will get a spurious error message that claims: "Authentication tried for _____ with correct key but not from a permitted host (host=______, ip=________)." even though there is no correct key involved. This is OpenSSH bug 1765 ( and the patch is backported from the one committed in that ticket (
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  • openssh.spec

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    7474Summary: An open source implementation of SSH protocol versions 1 and 2
    7575Name: openssh
    7676Version: 5.4p1
    77 Release: %{openssh_rel}%{?dist}%{?rescue_rel}
     77Release: %{openssh_rel}%{?dist}%{?rescue_rel}.scripts.%{scriptsversion}
    8888Source3: sshd.init
    9090Source5: pam_ssh_agent-rmheaders
     91Patch1001: openssh-4.7p1-gssapi-name-in-env.patch
     92Patch1002: openssh-no-spurious-correct-key-incorrect-host-messages.patch
    9193Patch0: openssh-5.4p1-redhat.patch
    9294Patch2: openssh-5.3p1-skip-initial.patch
    9395Patch4: openssh-5.2p1-vendor.patch
    175178Requires(post): chkconfig >= 0.9, /sbin/service
    176179Requires(pre): /usr/sbin/useradd
    177180Requires: pam >= 1.0.1-3
     181Provides: scripts-openssh-server
    179183%package askpass
    180184Summary: A passphrase dialog for OpenSSH and X
    267271%patch75 -p1 -b .dso
    268272%patch76 -p1 -b .bz595935
     274%patch1001 -p1 -b .gssapi-env
     275%patch1002 -p1 -b .no-spurious-correct-key-incorrect-host-messages
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