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June 10, 2004, 11:29 am
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Re: SSH2 shell for SunOS?
SunOS is... amazingly dead, I don't know why you're still using it. If you
need supported code for old Sun architecture, I'd look into Gentoo Linux.
But Sun never distributed SSH for SunOS. You had to compile it locally or
obtain it from ssh.com as a purchased package, and I'd really urge you to
use OpenSSH instead of the ssh.com distributed code. It's usually far, far
simpler to work worth if you're compiling things yourself. You may find it
easier to compile with gcc rather than Sun's C compiler, like a lot of other
open source code out there.
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