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Re: Call for testing: OpenSSH 8.0 (Solaris 10 fail -- now succeeds)
Wieland, Jeffrey J. wrote:
> Darren Tucker wrote:
>> On Tue, 2 Apr 2019 at 06:52, Wieland, Jeffrey J. <wieland@purdue.edu> wrote:
>>> On SPARC Solaris 10, using Solaris Studio 12.2,
>>> make tests fails with:
>>>
>>> ssh-add did not fail for nobody: 1 < 2
>>> failed disallow agent attach from other uid
>>> *** Error code 1
>> Did you run the test with SUDO=sudo? It's required to make the agent
>> setgid which is required for this test to work, If SUDO isn't set
>> then the test should be skipped, but that might have not happened for
>> some reason. Alternatively, are you running the tests on a filesystem
>> mounted nosuid?
>>
>> FWIW this test does pass on my Solaris 10 VM:
>> https://tinderbox.dtucker.net/cgi-bin/gunzip.cgi?tree=OpenSSH_Portable&full-log=1554194787.8283#1940
>>
>> --
>> Darren Tucker (dtucker at dtucker.net)
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>> Good judgement comes with experience. Unfortunately, the experience
>> usually comes from bad judgement.
> Yes, I have SUDO=sudo set, and no, the filesystem isn't mounted
> nosuid.  It is a ZFS filesystem, but that hasn't been a problem
> in the past.  Also sudo is definitely in the search path.
>
> I'm rerunning things just to make sure.
>
> --
> Jeff Wieland, UNIX/Network Systems Administrator
> Purdue University IT Infrastructure Services UNIX Platforms

For some reason, the SUDO=sudo must not have been visible during the
testingphase.  I've now run the tests successfully three tines in a
row, so I'd say thatit passes on Solaris 10.

--
Jeff Wieland, UNIX/Network Systems Administrator
Purdue University IT Infrastructure Services UNIX Platforms

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