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Install SSH on SCO OpenServer 5.05

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We currently access an SCO OpenServer 5.05 machine via telnet. We would like to install SSH on this machine (apparently SSH is needed to virtualize the server). Does anyone have a reference on how to do this?
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Thanks trgrassijr55. I also saw that guide, but it appears that FTP site is no longer active. Any idea where else these packages are available? Also, the OS is not recognizing the wget or curl commands. Does anyone know how to download files from the command line in this OS?
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openssh from the above works with 5.0.5
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Thanks mikelfritz. Would you happen to know how I can download this file from the command line? wget and curl are not recognized.
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ftp ftp2.sco.com

login anonymous - em address for password

the cd to:

/pub/skunkware/osr5/vols/

then mget openssh*
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Thanks! Got it working.
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