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accepted Problem with upgrading OpenSSH to the latest version
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revised Problem with upgrading OpenSSH to the latest version
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comment Problem with upgrading OpenSSH to the latest version
Update: I changed the server /etc/ssh/sshd_config not /etc/ssh/ssh_config.
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comment Problem with upgrading OpenSSH to the latest version
thanks for the reply. i followed this tutorial for the upgrade: bonigala.com/how-to-update-openssh-on-red-hat-fedora-core-7. it means i only upgaded client ? can u advice how can i upgrade the ssh server to the latest one so i can enable chrooted access. Is it safe to upgrade the ssh server via ssh itself remotely ?
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comment Problem with upgrading OpenSSH to the latest version
I could not find any other sshd after upgrade, there is only one sshd which is the old version. Can u suggest where how can i check it ? the upgrade process went well, no error, after the upgrade, client version is changed, but server version still the same. I followed this manual to upgrade it: bonigala.com/how-to-update-openssh-on-red-hat-fedora-core-7
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comment Problem with upgrading OpenSSH to the latest version
result of rpm -qa | grep ssh is empty. the exact error is as above. After connect from putty, #ssh -v shows OpenSSH_5.9p1.
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revised Problem with upgrading OpenSSH to the latest version
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