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Compiling and installing the latest OpenSSH UNIX
If you've tried to compile and install openssh yourself, chances are you got the error "Built against 90581f, you have 90602f" that happens when you try and build a new version of OpenSSH."

Most people just punt and stick with the older version of openssh provided with Mac OS 10.1. The trick to compiling openssh so it doesn't give that error is to completely remove the openssl installation and rebuild and install it from source.

The openssl source can be found at Apple's Open Source website. Beware though, the installer doesn't copy over all the header files. You'll need to manually put them in your include/openssl/ directory.

Once you've succesfully done that, you're all set to install the latest version of openssh (3.0.1p1) without any openssl mismatch problems!
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where is the source?
Authored by: stmoddell on Feb 13, '02 09:04:48PM

Okay, so I have this error. It is maddening, and I want to fix it. I get the impression this is a fix, and I'm ready to go. Unfortunately I can't find the source you are referencing. Is it still on apple's site, or did they move it to Sourceforge. Any help would be great.

thanks
st



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