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Hi,
I am running LINUX 7.1, but when it was installed, OpenSSH was not installed.  I need to install this, because this machine is on a Network, and we need to access files accross the network from this machine.  My questions are, where do I get the files for OpenSSH, what files do I need, and how do I install them.

thanks,
Brian
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1.there is no linux7.1, there is RedHat Linux 7.1

2.fastest option is to download the rpms from a redhat
mirror

3. get these files:
(ftp location is:
ftp://ftp.redhat.com/pub/redhat/linux/7.1/en/os/i386/RedHat/RPMS/

openssh-server*
openssh-client
openssl-0*

(there are multiple files, hence the *)

after you download them to you linux box, run

rpm -Uvh *.rpm

should install them

tc
-nick
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by:foxtrotzulu
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You might consider upgrading your Redhat to a newer version where SSH is already installed.

For some more informaiton:
www.openssh.org

The process of installing SSH can be tricky on some systems, and on some it goes right in. If you are having problems, post them.

You may need to isntall OpenSSL and Zlib first.
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