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SSH Tectia 
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    About This Document >>
    Installing SSH Tectia Server for IBM z/OS >>
        Preparing for Installation >>
        Upgrading Previously Installed Secure Shell Software >>
        Installing the SSH Tectia Server for IBM z/OS Software >>
            Unpacking the Installation Package
            Creating the SAMPLIB and PARMLIB Datasets
            Preparing the System
            Creating the SSHD2 User
            Creating the /opt/tectia Directory
            Running the Setup Script
    Getting Started with SSH Tectia Server for IBM z/OS >>
    Setting up Non-Interactive Server and User Authentication >>
    Setting up Non-Interactive Secure File Transfer >>

Creating the SAMPLIB and PARMLIB Datasets

The unpacked product includes a directory, doc/zOS/SAMPLIB, that contains sample JCL steps and commands, which are referred to in the following installation steps. To create the SAMPLIB and PARMLIB datasets, execute the following commands (replace USERID with correct user ID):

> cd /tmp/ssh-tectia-server-zos-6.1.10.<b>/doc/zOS/SAMPLIB
> tso "ALLOC DSN('USERID.SSZ.SRVR6110.SAMPLIB') LRECL(80) RECFM(F, B) \
SPACE(2, 1) TRACKS DIR(5)"
> tso "ALLOC DSN('USERID.SSZ.SRVR6110.PARMLIB') LRECL(80) RECFM(F, B) \
SPACE(2, 1) TRACKS DIR(5)"
> cp * "//'USERID.SSZ.SRVR6110.SAMPLIB'"
> cp SSHENV "//'USERID.SSZ.SRVR6110.PARMLIB'"

SSHENV is a parameter file that contains environment variables that are required for SSH Tectia binaries to run properly.

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