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I just installed Debian Linux on a server at home and am not sure if I can login via SSh to the machine. Is there a way I can find out if SSH is enabled and if not, how to enable SSH connections on the machine?
Just type cd /etc/init.d and see how ssh is started. It may be with sshd or simply ssh. Hard telling. If it's not there, you can always apt-get it again and hopefully the correct script will be installed.
You are logged in as root when you try to do /etc/init.d/(servicename) start|stop|restart|zap, right?
I just installed Fedora 3 and I disabled Firewall already.
I connected my Fedora box behide my DSL rounter.
I forward port 22 to my Fedora box.
I can log in to ssh by local IP but I cannot access by external IP.
I got an message "Server Responded Connection closed by remote host."
I look on sshd_config. I did enble everything but it still does not work.