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Re: Net::OpenSSh failed with mux socket permissions in make test

by salva (Abbot)
on Mar 11, 2013 at 11:22 UTC ( #1022785=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Net::OpenSSh failed with mux socket permissions in make test

First, note that you are not using OpenSSH as required by Net::OpenSSH but a derived version from HP with several patches applied.

Having said that, there should not be mayor problems using the ssh from HP as the multiplexing capability is there and the command line flags and configuration directives are mostly the same.

Specifically, for the two failing tests:

The first one is completely harmless. For some reason, the multiplexing socket is created with permissions 700 instead of the expected 600.

The second one is probably caused by calling ps with the wrong arguments.

HP used to have a program that allowed open source developers to port their software to HP operating systems and machines, but they canceled it some years ago. So, I stopped supporting my modules there also.

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