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Re: SSH problem after upgrade - SOLVED
Ed Brady <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Ed Brady wrote:
>> Igor Pechtchanski wrote:
>>> IIRC, the Windows dynamic loader will first look for DLLs in the
>>> application directory, and only then in the PATH. Here's a WAG: do you
>>> have a copy of winsock.dll or ws2_32.dll in /usr/bin?
> The problem is now solved.
> The culprit is due to the installation of the cmake-2.2.3-1 package.
> (Located in development). This package, copies three Microsoft
> Windows specific dll's to /usr/bin. Specifically, mfc71.dll,
> msvcp71.dll, and msvcr71.dll. Once I uninstalled this package ssh,
> telnet, and ftp, worked as intended.
> As a sanity check, I unzipped the package and manually copied the dlls
> to /usr/bin and the problem returned.
> Igor P., it looks like your WAG pretty much nailed it.
> Thanks to all who had input
Very strange. I have all those files. I upgrade to the latest version of
everything. My ssh, telnet, and ftp all work just fine. I wonder what the
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