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

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Post subject: RE: DO NOT dist-upgrade. There is a miss match with ssl and  PostPosted: 23.12.2013, 10:20



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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.
 
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Post subject: RE: DO NOT dist-upgrade. There is a miss match with ssl and  PostPosted: 23.12.2013, 10:40
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21 Post subject: Debian does indeed rule!  PostPosted: 23.12.2013, 16:40



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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:
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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.

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Post subject: Re: Debian does indeed rule!  PostPosted: 23.12.2013, 21:21



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      spock wrote:
Thanks to RoEn's fix above, I'm now back up and running


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D'aww.
 
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Post subject: RE: Re: Debian does indeed rule!  PostPosted: 23.12.2013, 21:33



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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.
 
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Post subject: RE: Re: Debian does indeed rule!  PostPosted: 23.12.2013, 22:05



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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.
 
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Post subject: RE: Re: Debian does indeed rule!  PostPosted: 23.12.2013, 22:44



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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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