On Wed, May 4, 2011 at 11:54 PM, David C. Rankin <drankinatty@...> wrote:
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.

Best regards,

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.

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... 

Best regards,

David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.

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