shivakumar2696 at gmail.com
Mon Feb 17 20:48:37 AEDT 2020
yes, the problem was with the HAVE_STRNDUP flag in config.h.
it is working now.
On Mon, Feb 17, 2020 at 2:16 PM Darren Tucker <dtucker at dtucker.net> wrote:
> On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 at 17:17, shiva kumar <shivakumar2696 at gmail.com>
> > sshd crashes at below location.
> > After compilation, when I start sshd it crashes in “sshbuf-misc.c” file
> > inside “sshbuf_b64tod” function at line size_t plen = strlen(b64);
> > The call trace is as below,
> > Sshd main function -> sshkey_load_public -> sshkey_try_load_public ->
> > sshkey_read -> sshbuf_b64tod
> > During compilation a warning is thrown. Is this the trigger point for the
> > crash?
> > "sshkey.c", : warning #2223-D: function "strndup" declared implicitly
> > if ((blobcopy = strndup(cp, space)) == NULL)
> It's possible. It'll be implicitly declared to return an int and if
> that's a different size to your char * the return value will be
> What platform is this? Does it have a native strndup (ie is
> HAVE_STRNDUP defined in config.h)? If so, which header file is
> strndup defined in?
> Darren Tucker (dtucker at dtucker.net)
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