Ben Lindstrom mouring at
Sun Dec 21 07:16:11 EST 2003

Erm?  I don't have this problem.  Are you using GNU's binutils?  If so I
suggest you upgrade them because older versions have a problem with their
strip command.

- Ben

On Sat, 20 Dec 2003 supraexpress at wrote:

> The "--disable-strip" configure option is required as the Solaris9-X86
> linker/loader will not be able to load any of the executables and will
> display a "Killed" message. Similarly, 'ldd' will fail with a "file has
> insecure interpreter" error message.
> Performing a loader or ldd test from the OpenSSH installation directory on the
> compiled executables within the installation directory will succeed, verifying
> that the unstripped executables are what is needed.
> Note that the compilation will succeed even without the "--disable-strip"
> configure option, but the installed executables will then fail as noted above.
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