where to call sshd?
coyote at u.washington.edu
Tue Sep 21 11:34:07 PDT 1999
If you run sshd from inetd, you have to compile it with lib wrappers (the
exact option is in the INSTALL file), and to start it with the -i switch
Also, since it generates the session key on the fly, it will take slightly
longer to initiate a connection when called from inetd. (not a big deal
though. i do it this way and its not really a bother)
On Tue, 21 Sep 1999, Trevor Leffler wrote:
> There are two [good] places:
> 1) You could add an ssh entry to /etc/inetd.conf, which should have a
> startup script at /etc/rc.d/init.d/inet.
> 2) You could have a separate startup script at /etc/rc.d/init.d/sshd.
> I installed ssh via some rpms, which automatically setup Option 2.
> Trevor Leffler, Software Developer
> UWired, University of Washington
> Box 353080, (206) 616-3406
> "T. Tam" wrote:
> > Howdy,
> > where should sshd be called from so that it starts everytime, in
> > RedHat 6.0 and SuSe 6.2 systems?
> > -=- Terence
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