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Re: Install: sshd is off while sshd=""
Ted Unangst wrote:
> sshd or sshd_flags? one works, one doesn't
Sorry, that would be sshd_flags="" in rc.conf. I should have stressed
on doesn't automatically start on boot. sshd will work, if you run it
> On Fri, 27 Feb 2004, Tom wrote:
> > Hi
> > I installed snapshot yesterday, 20040227, and noticed the sshd
> > start-on-default-prompt while set to "no", rc.conf showed sshd=""
> > instead of sshd=NO. Even though it is sshd="", sshd wasn't running as
> > per "no" at the installation prompt; however, if I want to use sshd in
> > the future, I don't know how to start it automatically. If rc.conf is
> > the only way to start services on boot, then sshd won't start. I tried
> > switching to sshd=NO and back to sshd="", but it will not automatically
> > start.
> > However, if I choose "yes" at the installation prompt, it will start as
> > expected and I can turn it on or off via rc.conf.
> > The tested system is i386, p2, without rc.conf.local, rc.local, etc.
> we fear that pop-culture
> is the only kind of culture we're ever going to have