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Starting SSH in OS X

If you are running the first non-public beta release of OS X, SSH is not included. Run Software Update, which is located in System Preferences, to get the update (patch) that includes SSH. The first official release that contains SSH is OS X 10.0.1. Software Update places your SSH server, sshd, in /usr/sbin and your SSH tools in /usr/bin.

After you have SSH installed, you are ready to turn on your SSH service. Just go to the Sharing pane in System Preferences and check the Allow Remote Login option, as shown in Figure 26.1. The first time you do this, you might experience a delay.


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