I first got crypto from cvsup.nz.freebsd.org which is a mirror of
cvsup.internat.freebsd.org. Then I tried internat directly.
Thanks for those archive references. It appears to still be broken.
As for src-crypto-rsa, it appears that /usr/share/examples/cvsup/secure-
supfile needs to include that collection. I just added it to my supfile,
resupped, and starting the build world again.
Is any action being taken to resolve this issue? It's going to catch out
a lot of people.
On 3 Jul 2000, at 15:37, Sean O'Connell wrote:
Dan Langille stated:
: All previous installs I've done have come up with OpenSSH. And so has
: # telnet 192.168.0.100 22
: Trying 192.168.0.100...
: Connected to p100.foobar.invalid
: Escape character is '^]'.
: What existing SSH installation are you referring to? This was a fresh
: install of 4.0-R, which didn't have SSH (AFAIK) as it was a minimal
Where did you snag you cvs-crypto from? You want to do this from
a mirror of internat.freebsd.org. Also, there may be a need to snag
a src-crypto-rsa distro to get the rsa support.