How to Install OpenSSH Server from Source in Linux

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3 Responses

  1. atomick says:

    possibly only caveat I may ask of – is For what Starting Directory should this Process be started from – if existing ssh version is already installed – i.e: in one form where should could the openssh*.tar.gz “tarball” go to work this – ~/username/temp dir or /tmp system directory and apt-get Newest Version of openssh and have it be downloaded and gunzip’d there ?

  2. Adrian says:

    I had errors installing it, and had to remove “–with-selinux”

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