Site user logged into his/her account via SSH tries to run an SSH client. The SSH client reports the following error:ssh: error while loading shared libraries: libfipscheck.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
The latest CentOS 5.3/RHEL 5.3 updates for openssh (openssh-4.3p2-36) introduce the dependency on the libfipscheck.so.1 library supplied by fipscheck-1.0.3-1 RPM, but this RPM is missing in default file system template for ssh.
- Log in as root to your PPCPL box.
- Open the /etc/virtualhosting/filelists/ssh.sh file using a text editor:
- Make sure that the file looks like:
$RPM_BIN -q nss nspr > /dev/null 2>&1 && \
$RPM_BIN -q fipscheck > /dev/null 2>&1 && \
Note: Lines in bold should be added.
- Go through the maintenance cycle to synchronize sites file system (see Technical Reference Guide):
Note: The maintenance process may take from 10 minutes up to 4 hours depending on number of sites in system.
- Check SSH connect to an external server from SSH account of one of your site users.