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What dictates the success of SSHA?

I'd like to migrate from {crypt}.

I have a few Solaris 8 machines which authenticate logins via
pam_ldap with an OpenLDAP 2.0.18 server.  userPasswords work fine
using {crypt}, but if I throw in an [SSHA}-encrypted one,
authentication fails on the Solaris *7* machine.

Why would the OS version matter?  After experimenting with
different combinations of pam_ldap, OpenLDAP, and OpenSSL, it seems
that OS is the only waivering factor.

Any ideas?

I realize this is probably a question more suited for a PADL list,
but I thought I would try here first in case slapd was at fault.
Would 2.1.x handle this better?