to see if the server's installed and configured correctly. The configuration files should be in /etc/ssh/
and are ssh_config
(at least they are on any box I have access to).
Don't use rlogin
is the way to go.
Depending on your system, your init scripts may be in a different location. Try checking /etc
with ls rc* | grep ssh
to see if they're somewhere around; there may be a variety of rc*.d
folders to look through...
However, in my experience (but I'm using Debian
), installing ssh
should result in the system offering to configure SSH
(client and daemon!) for you...