Starting up ssh service on fedora

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I am working on fedora. I want to start the ssh service . If anyone could tell me the exact correct steps , because whatever steps i did , dint work properly ...

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Look for xinetd.conf file. If it has #sshd, remove the # and reboot.
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you could also to it through menus:
System > Administration > Services. Enter your root password. The Service Configuration window will appear, scroll down to sshd, check the box next to the word and press the "start" button. Then go to the File menu and select "Save changes", and close the Service Configuration window.
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Hey There

You can try the "service" command to enable start it and/or stop it. Also, they may still have "ntsysv" which is a nice vty interface for adding scripts to startup and shutdown. Then you can just run /etc/init.d/sshd start or stop.

, Mike

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