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Hello you guys,I need the file named sshd ,could you bring it if you have it?
It sounds to me like you need a fully managed server, or to hire a server administrator.
Beyond that, you should perhaps Google "mlocate" and "locate" if you really want to find it on your own, as I'm not entirely sure exactly which file you're after.
There is /etc/ssh/sshd_conf and /etc/ssh/ssh_conf from memory on CentOS 5.
We can't bring it if we don't know where to find it
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Are you looking for a default /etc/ssh/sshd_config file? If so just run:
yum -y install openssh*
I already had installed openssh,can you send other ssh type of installation?
I was looking for the file sshd and is findable here /etc/sysconfig as you can see in my thread's title
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