Re: OpenSSH Login Problems / CheckInstall .deb package?
On Sun, 21 Oct 2007 07:30:12 +0200, Jeffrey Rolland wrote:
> The recommended solution is to
> install openssh from source using this option.
So it's time to learn something new:
$ sudo apt-get install debuild
$ apt-get source openssh
$ cd openssh-X.X
$ joe/vi/emacs/nano/pico debian/rules
scroll to the part of the script with the options passed to ./configure.
Add the options you need.
$ sudo apt-get build-dep openssh
$ debuild -us -uc -b
And you'll have .deb packages ready to install.
You might want to edit debian/changelog by adding a new entry with a new
version name, so that it won't conflict with Debian's original packages.
Be careful with the formatting, it's quite picky!
Since you're activating an option, you might need development packages to
this library that are not in the standard set of libraries required by
the original Debian package: you can edit debian/control and edit the
build-depends section to include these packages.
The Debian documentation can help you a lot.
Best Regards, Jack
Linux User #264449
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