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Where is ssh binary after installing openssh-4.6p1-hppa-11.11.depot

Frank de Vries
Respected Contributor

Where is ssh binary after installing openssh-4.6p1-hppa-11.11.depot

I have installed (swinstall) openssh for hpux 11.11 and all its necessary subcompents
see :
http://hpux.connect.org.uk/hppd/hpux/Networking/Admin/openssh-4.6p1/

The swinstall went without any errors.

when I do a find on the whole system
find / -name "*ssh*" -print

I see that I have some man pages
and a directory /var/adm/sw/products/openssh
with not much in it.

That is pretty weird ?
What am I missing here ?
Look before you leap
4 REPLIES
whiteknight
Honored Contributor

Re: Where is ssh binary after installing openssh-4.6p1-hppa-11.11.depot

Frank,

You may want to check the swinstall.log or swlist -l product | grep -i ssh

why not using HP secure shell ?

http://h20392.www2.hp.com/portal/swdepot/displayProductInfo.do?productNumber=T1471AA

WK
Problem never ends, you must know how to fix it
Ivan Krastev
Honored Contributor

Re: Where is ssh binary after installing openssh-4.6p1-hppa-11.11.depot

Look into /usr/local/:

/etc/
/bin/
/doc/
.
.
.


regards,
ivan
Frank de Vries
Respected Contributor

Re: Where is ssh binary after installing openssh-4.6p1-hppa-11.11.depot

hp ssh works
openssh still not found, can't be bothered anyway
Look before you leap
Dennis Handly
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: Where is ssh binary after installing openssh-4.6p1-hppa-11.11.depot

If you can find the name of the openssh product on your original depot, you can use swlist to list the files in that depot:
swlist -l product -s /path-to-depot
swlist -l file -s /path-to-depot

And if you can get the product name, you can use that on your system:
swlist -l file sd-product-for-openssh