Re: What/Where is ssh?
ssh is an encrypted remote login kinda like Telnet. You need to have apt
including the Non-US stuff since ssh can't be exported from the US, but
can be brought in.
Add a line something like
deb http://non-us.debian.org/debian-non-US unstable/non-US main contrib
That's for Potato, but a similar version with stable instead of unstable
might work for slink.
On Mon, 7 Jun 1999, Kent West wrote:
> Is ssh a more secure replacement for telnet, or what?
> And, where is it? I've got my apt sources.list pointing to stable main
> contrib non-free, but "apt-get install ssh" returns a message that "ssh
> is mentioned in the database but there's no installation candidate,
> which probably means the package is obsolete" (summarized).
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