[Bug 357998] [NEW] openssh-client (amd64) can't login after upgrade to jaunty

Hadmut Danisch hadmut at danisch.de
Wed Apr 8 22:05:44 BST 2009

Public bug reported:

Binary package hint: openssh-client


I've just upgraded an AMD64 machine from intrepid to jaunty, and since
then my ssh-client can't login to a debian machine with its sshd
anymore. The secret key is not accepted anymore. The client just says
that the server did not accept the public key. The (unmodified) debian
server has for each login attempt an entry in the log

sshd[680]: error: RSA_public_decrypt failed:

The login still worked two hours ago, just until the upgrade from
intrepid to jaunty.

Interestingly, I did not see that problem on an x86 machine where I did
the same upgrade. Seems to be an AMD64 specific bug in the crypto stuff.


** Affects: openssh (Ubuntu)
     Importance: Undecided
         Status: New

openssh-client (amd64) can't login after upgrade to jaunty
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