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Install RSSH in Solaris 8

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I am having problem installing RSSH into my Solaris 8 box. Can someone show me the steps to install for Solaris 8?
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How are you trying to install it?  Are you installing from source or from a package?

I'd suggest installing from a package if you're not doing so.

See http://www.blastwave.org/packages.php/rssh
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Where can I get the RSSH package? What I can see inside the link is tarballs which requires compilation.
I had been playing with it for a a while and had been getting the "Connection closed" problem when I try to sftp to the designated account.
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I had succeeded in performing similar steps using http://www.minstrel.org.uk/papers/sftp/ 

Without using RSSH..
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