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Judging by the number of Usenet and mailing list comments
regarding this problem, it is being encountered by LOTS of
OpenSSH Windows users. I am one of them. PLEASE could
someone just provide a copy of the missing libraries so that
we can download them to the OpenSSH/bin folder as a
Immo Huneke (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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I have made a zip file containing the four .dll files you need
under your OpenSSH/bin folder to fix this. I can't work out
how to attach them here, so if you want the zip file, please
ask me to e-mail it to you. Immo@Huneke.Co.UK.
its used also by sftf or scp ... i just copied the dll from the
cygwin package ... worked fine
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I have uploaded the zip file previously mentioned by Immo
Huneke (thank you for the archive!) to the following address:
You can get the file from any official Cygwin mirror.
Here are some links:
If the above link doesn't work, there is a comprehensive
list of mirrors here:
Unzip (7-zip is a good free package that can open bz2 files)
and put the dll in your openssh\bin directory.
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I was having the same issue as yourself along with another
I've now completed creating an updated release using
Johnson's NSIS scripts and the latest Cygwin files
the cygintl-2.dll (and cygintl-3.dll) that are now required
by various cygwin executables.
In the spirit of open source and sharing I've put this new
release on http://sshwindows.webheat.co.uk/ for everyone to
be able to access.
I hope this resolves the problem for you.
Thanks Mike! It works like a charm!
Yes, it appears that most of the links on this page are dead. Anyone know where a fresh copy can be found?
I can probably find a copy in my archives, but I'm actually inclined not to look for it. This project hasn't been updated in 12 years, so it would be an understatement to say the OpenSSH package provided is outdated.
You should instead try a different port, based on a newer version, like the one Microsoft is working on:
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