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Re: OpenSSL Patch Instructions: Restart Daemons, yes?
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: OpenSSL Patch Instructions: Restart Daemons, yes?
- From: Rich Ramos <openbsd_(_at_)_RichRamos_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Tue, 30 Jul 2002 16:53:16 -0500
>> for sshd I see that lib crypto is dynamically linked but I don't see lib
>> ssl. So does that mean that it doesn't use lib ssl or that it's
>> linked? How do I know for sure? I did an 'nm' but the name list has been
> Remember that this patch affects both libssl and libcrypto.
Maybe I don't understand your point and if so I apologize for being obtuse,
I know that this patch effects both libssl and libcrypto, which was what lead
to my question.
When doing an ldd on sshd I see that libcrypto is dynamically linked, so great
I can just restart sshd to pick up that library change. However, I do not see
that libssl is dynamically linked to sshd. So to me that could mean one of
1. sshd doesn't use it and all is cool after a restart of the deamon.
2. sshd was statically linked with libssl.a at compile time and I going to
to recompile sshd completely after applying the patch to pick up the change.
So which one is it, #1 or #2? Does sshd use libssl or not?
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