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Here is the webpage I used to get ttysnoop working for ssh. I followed the steps exactly and it works great. You might have to scroll down to section 5.19.2.ttysnoop. ...
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    Here is the webpage I used to get ttysnoop working for ssh. I followed the steps exactly and it works great. You might have to scroll down to section 5.19.2.ttysnoop.

    http://64.233.179.104/search?q=cache...=UTF-8&strip=1

    Hope that works for you. Good luck!

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    Hi, i wrote this instructions about how to set up ssh + ttysnoop
    Linux Server Security Secrets and Administration: Configure ttysnoop with SSH in Suse Or Redhat Linux

    Enjoy!

    Walter

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    Quote Originally Posted by WillJitsu View Post
    I am trying to enable TTYSnoop to work with SSH and I read that I need to recompile sshd with this command:

    ./configure --use-login=/bin/ttysnoops

    Where do I download the source to sshd so that I can recompile it?
    Why recompile sshd when recompiling ttysnoop is so much simpler? The instructions are on my blogspot "nuerd" but this forum won't let me post the link.

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    Guys, this thread is almost 8 years old so I'm going to close it, but do feel free to start fresh threads if you are still having any problems with Linux.

    Thank you.
    oz

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