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From: Herman L. Knief (herman_at_knief.net)
Date: Tue Dec 17 2002 - 10:59:10 CST
What's the issue? OpenSSH is included with the SuSE distro. You should
not have to get an RPM from somewhere else or download source. It's on
the CD under one of the sec directories. In fact, I have almost always
seen installed by default.
On Tue, 17 Dec 2002, Olafur Gardarsson wrote:
->Downloaded ssh2 straight from ssh.com, no rpm file just uncompiled
->stuff. Tried compiling but got error on ./configure "Configure error: no
->acceptable cc found in path".
->Could not find rpm package at ssh.com so then I tried openSsh from
->openBSD and found a v3.5 rpm. Downloaded and ran but must have bothced
->it somehow. Get no response on scp or man scp. Any hints?
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