OpenSSH 3.8p1 -- where is sshd?

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OpenSSH 3.8p1 -- where is sshd?

Unread postby franklynb » Mon Jun 23, 2008 6:31 am

I installed <SW Mgr> openssh 3.8p1 from binaries on Octane, 6.5.21, 2x270-R10.

SWMgr reports that 'sshd was removed' apparently <from timestamp> at installation time.
Anyone have an idea why this would happen?

thanks, and best regards.

--frankb

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Re: OpenSSH 3.8p1 -- where is sshd?

Unread postby jan-jaap » Mon Jun 23, 2008 7:22 am

The openssh.sw.server subsystem is not installed by default.
Now this is a deep dark secret, so everybody keep it quiet :)
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Re: OpenSSH 3.8p1 -- where is sshd?

Unread postby franklynb » Mon Jun 23, 2008 8:17 am

thanks. There appears to be no way of telling SW Mgr to "Add this subsystem" to my installation ... so do I need to uninstall it compeletely, and re-install it? Where is the configuration parameter set to instruct SWMgr to "do what i want"?

--f


jan-jaap wrote:The openssh.sw.server subsystem is not installed by default.

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Re: OpenSSH 3.8p1 -- where is sshd?

Unread postby joerg » Mon Jun 23, 2008 9:19 am

franklynb wrote:thanks. There appears to be no way of telling SW Mgr to "Add this subsystem" to my installation ... so do I need to uninstall it compeletely, and re-install it? Where is the configuration parameter set to instruct SWMgr to "do what i want"?


Under "PANES" there is a "commandline" switch which gives similar power like the inst tool.

Code: Select all

inst -f /path/to/all/of/my stuff
keep *
install openssh.sw.server
install prereq
go
14



You may consider to upgrade to 6.5.22 and start with nekoware rather than SGIs freeware. Most of the packages a much newer.

regards
Joerg


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jan-jaap wrote:The openssh.sw.server subsystem is not installed by default.


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