320mb: This is what '/etc/rc.d/rc.sshd stop' does.
Linux.tar.gz: If I wanted to do that, Kovacs suggestion is better.
I don't want to turn off the ssh daemon.
This is a machine on which I run Slackware GNU/Linux, FreeBSD and DragonFly multibooting with GRUB. I mostly work remote on that machine (except when I screw things up :) and I use a ssh client to connect to it.
The problem _is_ (or was until my "fix") that my ssh client (either I connected from a windos box using putty or from an other Linux/BSD machine using its own ssh client) got stuck till reboot was done, when rebooting from linux.
The problem _is not_ that sshd is running at all.
I don't know if this is a slackware-only problem or if all linux distros are affected by it, maybe some of them has solved this the way I did.
I have not got this problem when rebooting from FreeBSD or DragonFly.
Last edited by erif; 05-12-2004 at 07:55 AM.