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It's best to build the source RPM with rpmbuild, or better yet with mock as this tool will keep the build environment clean and separate from the system it's running on, by performing everything in a chroot. This does not need to be done on the actual system which the final RPMs are intended for; you can always spin up a virtual machine running the same ...


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So, when you compile a new SSH version for instance manually, you need to go into your sshd_config file and set the path for it, removing the old path, in your case sbin. A default CentOS path is this in /etc/ssh/sshd_config: This sshd was compiled with PATH=/usr/local/bin:/bin:/usr/bin So in your case, remove: /usr/local/sbin Then put in the config ...



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