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    [ubuntu] Re: Running software as a service after install

    You're welcome :)

    Oh and I forgot to mention to start the service at boot you need to make links to the script:



    sudo ln -s ../init.d/ssh /etc/rc1.d/K84ssh
    sudo ln -s ../init.d/ssh...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Running software as a service after install

    Ok just tried on a clean 9.10 server installation in VirtualBox:



    sudo apt-get install gcc zlib1g-dev
    wget ftp://ftp.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/OpenSSH/portable/openssh-5.5p1.tar.gz
    tar -xfv...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Running software as a service after install

    I'm afraid I can't help you any further. Someone else maybe?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Running software as a service after install

    Is the service running and listening for connections?



    ps aux | grep sshd
    netstat -l | grep ssh
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    [ubuntu] Re: Running software as a service after install

    Hmmm... can't really say without trying myself. Any error messages?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Running software as a service after install

    Ok, that makes sense :P

    Lets see, I'm not very experienced with this.

    Apparently installing that way doesn't create the start stop script. You'll have to create one yourself.

    this is the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Running software as a service after install

    Is there any reason why you want to compile and install openssh from source?

    It's easier to install it from the repositories:


    sudo apt-get install openssh-server
  8. [ubuntu] Re: I want to put my personal website at home, help!

    You should use the registration company's nameserver. The record for your registered domain should point at your public IP address (the IP address your ISP hands out to you). If your public IP...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Please Help - Weird network problem

    Could it be a DNS issue?
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    [ubuntu] Re: nvidia 9500m gs question

    I have just applied this patch to 9.04 beta. Works like a charm. Since 9.04 uses a newer kernel version 2.6.28 I had to change this in the patch file.

    Now lets hope it gets fixed soon :)
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    [ubuntu] Re: nvidia 9500m gs question

    OK, it works now. I used the fix after a clean install. Last time I had been fiddling around with drivers before I tried to patching the kernel. I guess thats was the problem. Thanks to all, and now...
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    [ubuntu] Re: nvidia 9500m gs question

    Well, I have an ASUS G1Sn too with 3Gb of RAM. I have the same driver issues, but the kernel patch doesn't seem to make any difference.
    I don't know what I'm doing wrong.. (I'm running Ubuntu 8.04...
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