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Upgrade Warnings - Resolved - DO NOT d-u. There is a mismatch with ssl and ssh

bluewater - 23.12.2013, 10:08
Post subject: Resolved - DO NOT d-u. There is a mismatch with ssl and ssh
There is a mismatch with ssl and ssh which which means you cannot log into X.

more to come
gregfrankenstein - 23.12.2013, 10:20
Post subject: RE: DO NOT dist-upgrade. There is a miss match with ssl and
This explains a lot. lightdm just sort of loops me back to the login screen, with ~/.xsession-errors saying "OpenSSL version mismatch. Built against 1000105f, you have 10001060".

Glad to see I'm not alone.
RoEn - 23.12.2013, 10:40
Post subject: RE: DO NOT dist-upgrade. There is a miss match with ssl and
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spock - 23.12.2013, 16:40
Post subject: Debian does indeed rule!
This hit my amd64 box but not my i386 boxen. Thanks to RoEn's fix above, I'm now back up and running, albeit with a sore neck, as I run my dual LCDs in portrait mode, and the xrandr command doesn't run until I start fluxbox... Arrow

At first I thought the command:
      Code:
debian/rules binary
was a typo, but it launches a script with binary as an argument, unleashing an insane amount of output, so I've not written it all down for you here... Laughing Upon rebooting I landed in XFCE, so just had to reconfigure my lightdm greeter window to use Fluxbox instead (using the icon in the top right corner).

But I guess to avoid such neckache, everyone else should hold off DU'ing until advised safe to do so.

Happy Christmas and Winter Solstice Greetings to all the devs and users! Razz Razz Razz Razz Razz
gregfrankenstein - 23.12.2013, 21:21
Post subject: Re: Debian does indeed rule!
      spock wrote:
Thanks to RoEn's fix above, I'm now back up and running


      RoEn wrote:
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D'aww.
gregfrankenstein - 23.12.2013, 21:33
Post subject: RE: Re: Debian does indeed rule!
Well, I don't have the authority nor the information necessary to declare a dist-upgrade safe, but for anyone stuck without X, there appears to be an update to openssh, so an upgrade fixed mine.
vinur - 23.12.2013, 22:05
Post subject: RE: Re: Debian does indeed rule!
Sorry to say this bit me too.
I am on a backup system and can't log on to X from my main AMD-64 system after a routine DU.
I thought I screwed up and somehow forgot to init 3.
I was not sure after no X server but now I realize i did all I should have.
Also the path of commands given supports the notion of doing thinks right... up down arrows in command line recalls the order of commands. init 3 was given before apt-get update. I will look at other posts for a solution now.
vinur - 23.12.2013, 22:44
Post subject: RE: Re: Debian does indeed rule!
I did a DU today (44 minutes after seeing other posts) and all is well with my computer AMD64
I have X back and it is running well.
This message is coming from my main computer with KDE 4.11.3 Laughing
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