Re: [nslu2-linux] Re: DebianSlug / Bootstrap - can't install openssh?
- On 8/6/06, emm_is <emm_is@...> wrote:
>Yes, I had problems with that too, until I installed the adduser-ng
> Everything working fine so far, per that page, until I try this:
> "apt-get install openssh-server"
> I get this error message:
> useradd: invalid numeric argument 'nogroup'
> adduser: `/usr/sbin/useradd -d /var/run/sshd -g nogroup -s
> /usr/sbin/nologin -u 100 sshd' returned error code 3. Exiting.
> according to
> there was a regression in passwd 4.0.18-1 which has now be updated to
> 126.96.36.199-1 and now seems to work fine.
module. Then I could install openssh-server. Before then, I got the
same message. In fact, you probably missed my post about this just
It was only when I ran "aptitude" that I was able to see the entire
reason for the failure, and an alternative for adduser (which worked).
Now that my DebianSlug is up again (I switched to newer Seagate HDs),
I doubt I'll be able to reinstall, except to perhaps a portable USB
drive just as a test. Unless something was changed in regards to the
passwd program as you said, maybe it was just a coincidence that it