SSH2 in pkgadd?

Posted on 2001-06-04
Last Modified: 2010-04-11
Does anyone know where I can find SSH2 (2.4.x preferably) for Solaris 2.6?  much thanks in advance
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geoffryn earned 200 total points
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F-secure should have a ver 2.4 SSH client for Solaris, but it is not free.
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Umm, on the SSH CD?

SSH2 is strictly commercial only.  If you want something for free, use OpenSSH (  You can find a pre-compiled Solaris/Sparc version at

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That's OpenSSH, same as at

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Thanks for the link.  This should work.

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