Well, that was only on my private box, so i didn't really bother ;o)
On Thursday 22 February 2001 12:43, Paul J Collins wrote:
> >>>>> "SD" == Stephane Dudzinski <stephane at antefacto.com> writes:
>> SD> Until this morning i had a strange behavior with openssh. I
> SD> got the last version from http://www.openssh.com then deleted
> SD> all rpms from redhat and deleted those dirs : /etc/ssh and
> SD> /usr/libexec/ssh and .ssh in all the homes, i then unpacked
>> I hope you gave your users an opportunity to back up their public and
> private keys first...
Email sent with RH 7.0 running kernel 242
"Operating Systems are like washing-powders, if it doesn't suit you, you try
another one ..."
Mailto:stephane at antefacto.com
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