3.6p1 bug on SCO OpenServer

Roger Cornelius rac at tenzing.org
Mon Sep 8 23:48:51 EST 2003

Darren Tucker (dtucker at zip.com.au) wrote:

>Roger Cornelius wrote:
>> loginrec.c writes incorrect data into the ut_id field of the utmp file.
>> This has been an issue since at least openssh 3.0.2 but I never bothered
>> to report it.  For Openssh 3.6p1, defining WITH_ABBREV_NO_TTY corrects
>> the problem.
>> Here's the patch:
>> --8<-- cut here --8<--
>> *** configure.orig  2003-03-26 00:12:34.000000000 -0500
>> --- configure   2003-07-18 17:26:00.000000000 -0400
>"configure" is a machine-generated file, you should edit configure.ac and
>run "autoreconf" to rebuild it.
>Are you talking about "*-*-sco3.2v4*" or "*-*-sco3.2v5*" or both?
>Tim, any issue with doing this?

I know that configure is auto-generated somehow but am unfamiliar with
the process.  The patch I supplied was just an example - I was hoping
the powers that be would do whatever is necessary to incorporate it into
the build process.

I was referring specifically to sco3.2v5*.  My best guess would be that
this should be applied to 3.2v4* as well, but I don't have a system to
test on.

Roger Cornelius        rac at tenzing.org

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