OpenSSL update breaks SSH

Phil Dobbin phildobbin at
Sat Feb 9 19:49:16 PST 2013

On 02/09/2013 12:04 PM, Rainer Müller wrote:

> On 2013-02-09 01:59, Clemens Lang wrote:
>> On Sat, Feb 09, 2013 at 01:48:53AM +0100, Clemens Lang wrote:
>>> just a quick warning that the update of openssl to 1.0.1d breaks
>>> MacPorts OpenSSH in the sense that connecting to other machines using
>>> the ssh client is no longer possible. Rebuilding openssh does not fix
>>> this. I haven't had any time to investigate, though.
>> Sounds like
>> You might want to wait with updating your openssl until this is solved.
> There are also problems reported with 1.0.1d from the tor project:
> Should we revert to 1.0.1c or backport the relevant fixes from git?
> I would rather go back to an older, working version instead of fiddling
> with the code.

I've just ran selfupdate & seen that openssl 1.0.1d is included in the

I take it this means it's OK to run the update?



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