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Re: OpenSSH HOWTO or mini-HOWTO?
- Subject: Re: OpenSSH HOWTO or mini-HOWTO?
- From: Dan York <>
- Date: Fri, 21 Jul 2000 14:39:31 -0400
- Organization: Linuxcare
- Resent-Date: Mon, 24 Jul 2000 11:31:32 -0400 (EDT)
- Resent-Message-ID: <ObjKvC.A.c_E.FGGf5@murphy>
> o. Getting OpenSSH
> o. RPMs
I would have liked to have something like this available when I
was trying to install OpenSSH. I was in a real hurry, because I needed
to connect to a box and found that I hadn't installed ssh on a box
I had... so I downloaded the "openssh" rpm (over a 56K dialup line)...
installed it... and found no "ssh" command... said "huh?"... downloaded
"openssh" again... same result... looked in the ftp directory... found
the "openssh-clients" rpm... downloaded that... tried to install...
discovered I needed the "openssl" rpm... got that... finally got it
all working and it now is perfectly fine.
But I would have appreciated the clue that I needed more than just
the "openssh" rpm.
It sounds like a good idea for a HOWTO.
My 2 cents,
Dan York, Linuxcare, Inc.
1-603-264-0129 mobile, 603-268-0691 tel, 603-268-0103 fax
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