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SSH Tectia 
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    About This Document >>
    Installing SSH Tectia Server (M) >>
        System Requirements
        Directories and Datasets>>
        Installing the SSH Tectia Server (M) Software >>
            Required Permissions
            Preparing the System
            Unpacking the Archive
            Creating the SSHD2 User
            Creating the /usr/lpp/ssh2 Directory
            Running the Setup Script
            Creating the Server Host Key Pair
            Enabling Manual Pages
            Securing the Server
        Upgrading the SSH Tectia Server (M) Software
        Removing the SSH Tectia Server (M) Software
    Using SSH Tectia Server (M) >>
    Troubleshooting SSH Tectia Server (M) >>
    Configuration >>
    Authentication >>
    Application Tunneling >>
    Sample Files >>
    Man Pages
    Log Messages >>

Running the Setup Script

Go to the directory into which the installation package was unpacked, make SSHD2 the owner of the directory hierarchy and switch to the SSHD2 user:

>cd /tmp/ssh2-5.1.0.<build>
>chown -R sshd2:0 *
>su - sshd2

The setup script copies the binaries and manual pages under /usr/lpp/ssh2 and configuration files under /etc/ssh2. The setup script also makes the server program-controlled (the SSHD2 user must have READ access to BPX.FILEATTR.PROGCTL). It creates a host key pair if none is previously available.

Run the setup script:

>cd /tmp/ssh2-5.1.0.<build>
>./setup.sh

If you run the script in the TSO OMVS shell you may need to press the PF10 key from time to time to keep the shell in the RUNNING state.

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