[Stupid newbie] How to start sshd ?
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Thu Sep 6 18:36:26 PDT 2007
Peter Avalos wrote:
On Fri, Sep 07, 2007 at 03:09:10AM +0200, Alexandre Bos wrote:
I am new to BSD. I just installed dragonfly BSD on a machine. Before I
start to read the doc, I need to bring a ssh access to this machine (unless
my kvm will die of so much switches...). I tried :
but it just does nothing.
Could you please give me hint ?
Add sshd_enable=YES to /etc/rc.conf. Having a look at /etc/defaults/rc.conf
and the rc.conf manual page may be advisable.
In addition, one could start a service by using the 'forcestart' command
when the rc variable isn't present or set to "no" in /etc/rc.conf such as:
I felt that it's something good to know, but Pete's advice would be the
best way to go.
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