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System Administration Guide: Security Services
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Solaris Secure Shell Packages and Initialization

Solaris Secure Shell depends on core Solaris packages and the following packages:

  • SUNWgss – Contains Generic Security Service (GSS) software

  • SUNWtcpd – Contains TCP wrappers

  • SUNWopenssl-libraries – Contains OpenSSL libraries

  • SUNWzlib – Contains the zip compression library

The following packages install Solaris Secure Shell:

  • SUNWsshr – Contains client files and utilities for the root (/) directory

  • SUNWsshdr – Contains server files and utilities for the root (/) directory

  • SUNWsshcu – Contains common source files for the /usr directory

  • SUNWsshdu – Contains server files for the /usr directory

  • SUNWsshu – Contains client files and utilities for the /usr directory

Upon reboot after installation, the sshd daemon is running. The daemon creates host keys on the system. A Solaris system that runs the sshd daemon is a Solaris Secure Shell server.

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