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I have installed Tectia on my solaris system, but it still also have the original SunSSH installed. How can I remove it?

asked Jan 13 '11 at 14:23

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edited Mar 15 '11 at 07:07

Note that this information is provided as a reference and a courtesy only; SSH does not provide operating system support. If you have any questions about your Solaris Operating System, or are unsure how to proceed, please contact Sun directly.

Its probably best to kill the OpenSSH server process first:

ps -ef | grep ssh

kill <process_ID>

Then delete the service:

svcs | grep ssh

svccfg delete svc:/network/ssh:default

You can double check your package names using the following command, but they will likely match the ones listed below.

pkginfo | grep ssh

The following packages install Solaris Secure Shell:

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

SUNWsshdu   Contains server files for the /usr directory

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

SUNWsshcu   Contains common source files for the /usr directory

SUNWsshu     Contains client files and utilities for the /usr directory

To uninstall SunSSH, run the pkgrm program on the above packages


answered Jan 13 '11 at 14:25

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