Ugh! Activate SSHD on Headless Machine?
On 5.5.2012 23:15, Jorge Fábregas wrote:
> On 05/05/2012 03:03 PM, Fedora User wrote:
>> I have a perfectly good laptop with a fried display card that I am
>> trying to turn into a media server. It boots and the network is
>> activated but I must have turned off sshd like a complete schmuck.
> Well, if it boots and the network is activated (and assuming your know
> its ip address)...how difficult can it be to type:
> root <ENTER>
> yourpassword <ENTER>
> chkconfig sshd on <ENTER>
> service sshd start <ENTER>
> ..and then try to connect to it?
> Notice that I'm using the old'style commands (chkconfig and service)
> instead of all the new systemd commands which I still haven't used.
> Nonetheless they still should work.
And for reference, the systemd equivalents are:
systemctl enable sshd.service
systemctl start sshd.service
Veeti Paananen - systemd fan
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