mewalal yadav | 1 Feb 08:36 2007

Make error in ssh

while running make for ssh . i am getting the following error

sshconnect1.c: In function `respond_to_rsa_challenge':
sshconnect1.c:162: `MD5_CTX' undeclared (first use in this function)
sshconnect1.c:162: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once
sshconnect1.c:162: for each function it appears in.)
sshconnect1.c:162: parse error before `md'
sshconnect1.c:180: warning: implicit declaration of function `MD5_Init'
sshconnect1.c:180: `md' undeclared (first use in this function)
sshconnect1.c:181: warning: implicit declaration of function `MD5_Update'
sshconnect1.c:183: warning: implicit declaration of function `MD5_Final'
*** Error code 1
make: Fatal error: Command failed for target `sshconnect1.o'

CAn somebody help me in the resolution of this error

 
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gaurav | 5 Feb 09:54 2007
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Re: how to configure internet on NETSCAPE on solaris 8

its not working...
Is there anything to configure in NEtscape?

 
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Chad Mynhier | 5 Feb 10:42 2007
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Re: how to configure internet on NETSCAPE on solaris 8

On 2/5/07, gaurav <2gauravvasudeva@...> wrote:
> its not working...
> Is there anything to configure in NEtscape?

Have you verified that you actually have network connectivity?  You
stated in your original message that ping is working, but what address
were you pinging?

Have you verified that you otherwise have DNS working correctly?  You
should be able to ping google.com directly:

>ping -s google.com
PING google.com: 56 data bytes
64 bytes from eh-in-f99.google.com (72.14.207.99): icmp_seq=0. time=14.3 ms
64 bytes from eh-in-f99.google.com (72.14.207.99): icmp_seq=1. time=13.6 ms
^C
----google.com PING Statistics----
2 packets transmitted, 2 packets received, 0% packet loss
round-trip (ms)  min/avg/max/stddev = 13.6/14.0/14.3/0.49
>

Have you tried using a different browser?  For example, you could give
Firefox or Opera a try to help determine whether there's a problem
specifically with Netscape.

Chad Mynhier

Mike Gerdts | 6 Feb 18:59 2007
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Re: Resource measurement

On 1/18/07, Johan Sunnerstig <sunner@...> wrote:
> Hello.
> Well, was thinking along free tools, preferably something that's decently simple so we can get it up and running.
> I've looked a fair bit at DTrace and it definitely looks good, only problem being I have no experience with
it, so I'd have to get myself up to speed on writing D scripts.
> Then again, that would be a good excuse to finally fix my old Ultra5 at home :)
>
> Guess DTrace it is, thanks for the tips.

You may be able to get the data you are looking at from the SE Toolkit
or its upcoming successor, the XE Toolkit.

http://www.sunfreeware.com/setoolkit.html
http://www.xetoolkit.com/

If you combine it with an RRD-based monitoring tool (Orca, Nagios,
etc.), you should be able to store months to years of reasonably high
resolution data in a few tens of megabytes.

Mike

--

-- 
Mike Gerdts
http://mgerdts.blogspot.com/

John Martinez | 7 Feb 17:24 2007
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Great article (Why isn't System Administration Evolving?)


<http://www.oreillynet.com/sysadmin/blog/2007/02/ 
why_isnt_system_administration.html>

Tom Haynes | 13 Feb 21:26 2007
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NFS server in zones

Before I propose a project for NFS to start getting NFS servers working 
in zones, I'd
like to find out the requirements. I've been going over internal mail 
threads in the NFS
group and the two things that seem to stand in the way to getting NFS 
completely in
zones are:

1) Staffing - this is not on our roadmaps.

2) Lack of requirements - we don't know what people want.

I look at the first hurdle and see a golden opportunity for a real 
OpenSolaris project -
since internal developers aren't scheduled to do this work, we can get 
external
developers involved from the start of the project.

Of course, the second hurdle really stops us from kicking off the project.

I'll start the ball rolling by kicking in some thoughts that Spencer Shepler
provided when I asked him about getting this project started:

 > One of the things we have been struggling with in deciding if and how 
to fund
 > a zonification of the NFS server is understanding exactly what people 
need/want.
 > One simple requirement seems to be that of server consolidation.  
That can
 > be handled generally with IP address/interface aliasing.  But there are
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Octave Orgeron | 13 Feb 22:53 2007
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NFS server in zones

Hi,

This has been a major complaint for many sysadmins and beta testers. I
know one of my first bugs filed against the betas of Solaris 10 was the
lack of NFS server functionality within zones. I've even been in the
situation at work where this has been a requirement, only to have to
scrap projects. Probably the most common idea for having a zone NFS
server is for Jumpstart or home directories. As things stand today,
it's not doable. I've even escalated this thru different channels over
the past few years only to see it go no where. I'm sure there is a lot
of demand for this feature for zones.

I think the key requirements would be:

1. Full NFS server functionality within a zone. So things like share,
/etc/dfs/dfstab, sharemgr, ZFS sharing, etc. should work in the same
manner as they do in the global zone.
2. Security. Separation of NFS namespace to insure proper security
between zones. This may be achieved by making the kernel NFS framework
aware of the zoneid context.
3. Performance. NFS serving out of a zone should not be slower or less
scalable than NFS serving from the global zone.

Starting a project would be nice. But I think there should be close
involvement with the NFS engineers at Sun. As for getting their
attention and funding, the best we can do is show enough community
interest for NFS within zones.

So I'd ask all sysadmins, developers, etc. to respond to this thread to
show support for fixing this.
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Tom Haynes | 13 Feb 23:24 2007
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NFS server in zones

Octave Orgeron wrote:
> Hi,
>
> This has been a major complaint for many sysadmins and beta testers. I
> know one of my first bugs filed against the betas of Solaris 10 was the
> lack of NFS server functionality within zones. I've even been in the
> situation at work where this has been a requirement, only to have to
> scrap projects. Probably the most common idea for having a zone NFS
> server is for Jumpstart or home directories. As things stand today,
> it's not doable. I've even escalated this thru different channels over
> the past few years only to see it go no where. I'm sure there is a lot
> of demand for this feature for zones.
>
> I think the key requirements would be:
>
> 1. Full NFS server functionality within a zone. So things like share,
> /etc/dfs/dfstab, sharemgr, ZFS sharing, etc. should work in the same
> manner as they do in the global zone.
> 2. Security. Separation of NFS namespace to insure proper security
> between zones. This may be achieved by making the kernel NFS framework
> aware of the zoneid context.
> 3. Performance. NFS serving out of a zone should not be slower or less
> scalable than NFS serving from the global zone.
>
> Starting a project would be nice. But I think there should be close
> involvement with the NFS engineers at Sun. As for getting their
> attention and funding, the best we can do is show enough community
> interest for NFS within zones.
>
> So I'd ask all sysadmins, developers, etc. to respond to this thread to
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Octave Orgeron | 14 Feb 00:18 2007
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NFS server in zones

Hi Tom,

Thanks for the input. I agree that it'll take a lot of involvement from
the community to deliver the code. But I also think there some should a
lot of collaboration with the NFS engineers to insure we don't break
stuff:) I'm all for a project to be launched from the NFS or Zones
community for this. I'd even be willing to help out, just have to keep
in mind my programming is a little rusty:)

Octave

--- Tom Haynes <Thomas.Haynes@...> wrote:

> Octave Orgeron wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > This has been a major complaint for many sysadmins and beta
> testers. I
> > know one of my first bugs filed against the betas of Solaris 10 was
> the
> > lack of NFS server functionality within zones. I've even been in
> the
> > situation at work where this has been a requirement, only to have
> to
> > scrap projects. Probably the most common idea for having a zone NFS
> > server is for Jumpstart or home directories. As things stand today,
> > it's not doable. I've even escalated this thru different channels
> over
> > the past few years only to see it go no where. I'm sure there is a
> lot
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gz | 14 Feb 03:26 2007
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[zones-discuss] Re: NFS server in zones

Yes I have seen projects canned due to lack of NFS in a zone. Most 
recent one was
where they wanted to consolidate their dev environments in one server 
and allow
each dev department to have full root access to their container only and 
no access
to any other part of the machine. This could not work without NFS 
functionality
in the container.

It would be really nice if we could go beyond just NFS. Imagine being 
able to run
Oracle RAC across containers. That would give us some real cool things 
indeed.
gz

Octave Orgeron wrote:
> Hi,
>
> This has been a major complaint for many sysadmins and beta testers. I
> know one of my first bugs filed against the betas of Solaris 10 was the
> lack of NFS server functionality within zones. I've even been in the
> situation at work where this has been a requirement, only to have to
> scrap projects. Probably the most common idea for having a zone NFS
> server is for Jumpstart or home directories. As things stand today,
> it's not doable. I've even escalated this thru different channels over
> the past few years only to see it go no where. I'm sure there is a lot
> of demand for this feature for zones.
>
> I think the key requirements would be:
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