no sshd on new server...
sonicy at otenet.gr
Wed Nov 18 21:35:59 UTC 2009
> On Tue, 17 Nov 2009 14:38:45 -0800, Gary Kline <kline at thought.org> wrote:
>> On Tue, Nov 17, 2009 at 07:54:14PM +0200, Manolis Kiagias wrote:
>>> Gary Kline wrote:
>>> There is a question during sysinstall: "Would you like to enable ssh login?"
>>> Guess you answered "no" there?
>> i didn't see this question -- or don't remember seeing it.
> Well, it't not SUCH a question. :-)
Yes, there is:
But see note below.
> In the dialog "Post Configuration" where you can set the services
> that should be run on startup, there's a choice "SSH" which will
> put the correct setting in /etc/rc.conf, causing the SSH server
> to generate the keys at its first start. Or maybe I'm wrong and
> the setting was in the "Networking" menu...
Yes, it is in Configure -> Networking also as a checkbox.
Regarding the question during setup, this may not appear depending on
the type of installation.
For me, I always select "Standard" and then "Custom" from the "Select
Distributions" list. At the end of the install there is always this dialog:
with questions on networking, ftp server, ssh and so on. I am so
accustomed to pressing these keys all the time I definitely don't know
whether there is a difference in the other sysinstall routes :)
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