You can find an up to date set of build dependencies in the file called INSTALL or on BitBucket.
Building from a release tarball (preferred)
Download and uncompress the latest release from SourceForge.
$ cd sshguard/ $ ./configure --prefix=/opt/installpath $ make
Building from the development repository
Briefly, to build from the development repository:
$ git clone https://bitbucket.org/sshguard/sshguard.git $ cd sshguard/ $ autoreconf -i $ ./configure --prefix=/opt/installpath $ make
Once you have built SSHGuard, you can install it on your system with this command:
# make install
See the examples/ directory for configuration examples, and see the man page for setup instructions.
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