Skip to content

OpenSSH 64 bit Build and Installation Instructions

Ono-Sendai edited this page Feb 10, 2016 · 11 revisions

Build 32-bit openssl, zlib and openssh following 32-bit instructions. OpenSSH tools are always 32-bit.

STEP 1: Prepare the Cygwin 64 bit environment

1. Download the Cygwin 64 bit installer from www.cygwin.com
2. Launch the Cygwin installer, and ensure that packages listed below are selected as 'install':

devel/nasm

devel/mingw-*

devel/mingw64-*

perl/*

devel/make: GNU Tool

devel/autoconf

devel/autoconf-2.69-2

See REFERENCE VERSIONS below for the detailed list of packages used for reference build.

STEP 2: Compile

1. Ensure that you are using correct mingw64 toolchain. You must have administrative rights.

To do that you must create symbolic links:

run [openssh_dir]/scripts/set-mingw64.sh from the Cygwin /bin directory.

2. Prepare the 64-bit libssl.a and libcrypto.a libraries and the openssl headers. These libraries are used by 64-bit ssh-lsa.
  • Move clean OpenSSL sources into another directory, e.g. openssl-64.

  • Compile sources by running:

    $./Configure mingw64

    $make

3. Build 64-bit ssh-lsa for native RSA/DSA key authorization
  • Move to [openssh_directory]/contrib/win32/win32compat/lsa directory and run:

    $export LIBSSL_PATH="OPENSSL_DIR"

    $make -f Makefile.mingw64

    where OPENSSL_DIR is a directory where openssl sources are extracted

  • This command should produce 64-bit ssh-lsa.dll file.

STEP 3 - Install ssh-lsa on system where sshd server is running

  • Copy the ssh-lsa.dll to the %WINDIR%/System32 directory.

IMPORTANT NOTE:

If your Windows is at 64-bit, be sure that you use a 64-bit file manager to copy ssh-lsa.dll, otherwise this dll will be not visible on the 64-bit OS.

For example:

  • Drag and drop file using Windows explorer.

Or:

  • Run copy ssh-lsa.dll c:/windows/system32 under a cmd.exe console.

  • Then, by using the regedit tool, add 'ssh-lsa' string to the end of the registry key below:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SYSTEM/CurrentControlSet/Control/Lsa/Authentication Packages

  • Reboot the machine.

  • .ssh/authorized_keys file in a user's home directory should contain the public keys allowed to logon without password for the user. Typically it is in c:/users/myusername/.ssh/authorized_keys in a Windows system. One adds a key by appending a public key to the end of this file. For example: "type id_rsa.pub >> .ssh/authorized_keys"

REFERENCE VERSIONS

CYGWIN PACKAGES

2.10.07-1 Devel/nasm: The Netwide Assembler

13-1 Devel/autoconf: Wrapper for autoconf command

2.13-12 Devel/autoconf2.1: Stable version of the automatic configure builder

2.69-2 Devel/autoconf2.5: An extensible package of m4 macros shell scripts to automatically configure software code packages

2.23.51-1 Devel/binutils: The GNU assembler, linker and binary utilites

4.8.2-1 Devel/libgcc1: GCC C runtime library

4.8.2-1 Devel/libssp0: GCC Stack-smashing Protection runtime library

4.8.2-1 Devel/libstdc++6: GCC C++ runtime library

4.0-2 Devel/make: The GNU version of 'make' utility

2.23.1-1 Devel/mingw-binutils: Bintutils for MinGW.org win32 toolchain (util)

4.7.3-1 Devel/mingw-gcc-core

4.7.3-1 Devel/mingw-gcc-g++

4.7.3-1 Devel/mingw-gcc-objc

20110507-2 Devel/mingw-pthreads: Libpthread for MinGW.org

4.0-1 Devel/mingw-runtime: MinGW.org MSVC & compiler runtime header and libraries

4.0-1 Devel/mingw-w32api

2.22.52-1 Devel/mingw64-i686-binutils

4.7.3-1 Devel/mingw64-i686-gcc-core

4.7.3-1 Devel/mingw64-i686-gcc-g++

3.0.0-1 Devel/mingw64-i686-headers

20100619-5 Devel/mingw64-i686-pthreads

3.0.0-1 Devel/mingw64-i686-runtime

3.0b_svn5935-1 Devel/mingw64-i686-winpthreads

2.22.52-1 Devel/mingw64-x86_64-binutils

4.7.3-1 Devel/mingw64-x86_64-gcc-ada

4.7.3-1 Devel/mingw64-x86_64-gcc-core

4.7.3-1 Devel/mingw64-x86_64-gcc-fortran

4.7.3-1 Devel/mingw64-x86_64-gcc-g++

3.0.0-1 Devel/mingw64-x86_64-headers

20100619-5 Devel/mingw64-x86_64-pthreads

3.0.0-1 Devel/mingw64-x86_64-runtime

3.0b-svn5935-1 Devel/mingw64-x86_64-winpthreads

5.14.2-3 Perl/perl

OpenSSL

openssl-1.0.1e

Building without Cygwin

You will need to have Visual Studio 2015 installed. Community edition will do.

Install Strawberry perl (You need a Perl install for building OpenSSL)

Open 'VS2015 x64 Native Tools Command Prompt'

Follow OpenSSL instructons to build OpenSSL. This is my take on them: (Substitute with your own build dirs of course)

cd D:\programming\OpenSSL\openssl-1.0.2f
perl Configure debug-VC-WIN64A --prefix=d:\programming\OpenSSL\OpenSSLInstallx64_vs2015-debug
ms\do_win64a
nmake -f ms\nt.mak install

perl Configure VC-WIN64A --prefix=d:\programming\OpenSSL\OpenSSLInstallx64_vs2015
ms\do_win64a
nmake -f ms\nt.mak install

At this point you should have OpenSSL built.

Now open up "contrib\win32\openssh\paths.targets" in your OpenSSH folder. Set the paths, something like so:

<OpenSSL-Path>D:\programming\OpenSSL\OpenSSLInstallx64_vs2015-debug\</OpenSSL-Path>
<OpenSSL-Win32-Release-Path>D:\programming\OpenSSL\OpenSSLInstallx86_vs2015\</OpenSSL-Win32-Release-Path>
<OpenSSL-Win32-Debug-Path>D:\programming\OpenSSL\OpenSSLInstallx86_vs2015-debug\</OpenSSL-Win32-Debug-Path>
<OpenSSL-x64-Release-Path>D:\programming\OpenSSL\OpenSSLInstallx64_vs2015\</OpenSSL-x64-Release-Path>
<OpenSSL-x64-Debug-Path>D:\programming\OpenSSL\OpenSSLInstallx64_vs2015-debug\</OpenSSL-x64-Debug-Path>

Now open "contrib\win32\openssh\Win32-OpenSSH.sln" in Visual Studio and build it. Hopefully it will build without errors!

Clone this wiki locally
You can’t perform that action at this time.