Quagga has wrong permissions on /var/empty
Adding the quagga package will create directory /var/empty, but needs to set permissions to 755, not 777. Openssh also creates the same directory, but with the correct permissions.
If you install openssh, you can start sshd just fine. But, if you install the quagga package before installing the openssh package, sshd won’t start. And it remains that way forever, because packages are installed in the same order after a reboot.
Same for 1.9 and 1.9.1 and latest from repositories.
(from redmine: issue id 194, created on 2009-10-29, closed on 2009-12-23)
- Revision 6edee9a7 on 2009-10-30T08:52:31Z:
main/quagga set permissions on /var/empty fixes #194
- Revision d0c8e7fb on 2009-11-02T16:29:53Z:
main/quagga set permissions on /var/empty fixes #194 (cherry picked from commit 6edee9a7fb9dadd2840187e8bd0096f95fbcb6e8)