openSSH 4.3 p2 rpm help please!

Mike Zupan hijinks at
Thu Apr 13 02:44:00 EST 2006

remember RH/centos does backpatching.. so while you are running an
older version as long as the main version of centos is being supported
(which 4 still is) you are ok.

On 4/12/06, Doug Lochart <dlochart at> wrote:
> All,
> I have a CentOS 4 system I need to update OpenSSH on.  Most of my
> experience has been on slackware and I am new to using yum and
> packages.  I ran yum and it tells me that my current installed version
> is 3.9 patch level 1.  It also said that there are no updates for it.
> I did a google for it but every link I saw that seemed to point to
> info about an rpm for 4.3 came up not found.
> Is there a better yum repository for finding these packages or will I
> have to build my own?  If so How do I do that?
> Also if I upgrade will I break any other app that might be built with
> the older version?  Is there a yum / rpm option that tells me what
> other packages/binaries are dependent on the installed version of
> openssh
> Thanks
> Doug
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