FreeBSD 3.1 & OpenSSH 1.2.3

Nalin Dahyabhai nalin at
Tue Mar 28 07:10:37 EST 2000

On Mon, Mar 27, 2000 at 03:07:59PM -0600, Mike Esler wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am trying to get OpenSSH working on an i386 BSD 3.1 box we have.
> Everything compiles OK, installs, and I can launch SSHD.


> On the user end, the only error I get is :
> Permission denied, please try again.
> Here is what the error spits into the logs:
> Mar 27 14:32:15 tortoise sshd[66176]: adding faulty module:
> /usr/lib/
> Mar 27 14:34:55 tortoise sshd[66380]: unable to
> dlopen(/usr/lib/
> Mar 27 14:34:55 tortoise sshd[66380]: [dlerror: /usr/lib/
> Undefined
> symbol "crypt"

If your system has a separate, then your module
isn't linked against it, and you're getting an error when the PAM library
tries to demand-load it.  If sshd isn't working right with pam_unix, odds
are that other PAM-aware applications won't work right, either.  Update
your PAM installation.

Hope this helps,


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