On Wed, May 4, 2011 at 11:54 PM, David C. Rankin <drankinatty@...>
No - the openssl update that broke it was mid-2010. It is hit or miss. Are you accessing ssh on a 'high' port. I have experienced the problem the most on non-standard ports.
On 05/04/2011 05:30 PM, Tiago Marques wrote:
Can you downgrade openssl while you wait? It works for me, for the time being.
Right... that's still what I'm saying. But my bad, from my package list it was not openSSL but openSSH. The package that works for me, in Gentoo is:
Up from that I get "Error talking to SSH". This for port 22, I haven't tried other ports with openssh-5.5.
I had problems building kdebase(IIRC) and openSSL-1.0+ but there was a patch available for that.
For some reason I have it working on opensuse 11.3 kde3, but it is broken on the 11.4 release. (they are built from the same kde code-- so that leaves some issue with the kio and the new openssl version)
Can you check openSSH versions used there?
I have a complete write-up on the issue from the opensuse list. Bottom line, it's a kde3 kio issue. In Trinity or suse 11.4 kde3 I can open konsole and use sftp from the command line to high ports just fine, but the kio for file open/save, konqueror, etc.. throws the "Error encountered talking to ssh" error.
I can work around the issue with fish:// for now, but the sftp kio still needs to be fixed. :)
Well, probably some API change that broke the interface. Hmm...