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  1. #1
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    Block openSSH server to start automaticly

    Hi there,

    I installed openSSH server but do NOT want it to start at each startup.

    What is the recommended way to do this ?

    -Just delete /etc/init/ssh.conf ?
    -Delete the line "start on..." in /etc/init/ssh.conf ?

    Something else ?

    Thx for any help

    LeftFoot

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    Lightbulb Re: Block openSSH server to start automaticly

    The best way would be to comment out the "start on" statement in Upstart.

    http://upstart.ubuntu.com/cookbook/#...cally-starting

    Tim
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    Re: Block openSSH server to start automaticly

    Raja

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    Re: Block openSSH server to start automaticly

    Hey Tim,

    So just a # in front of the line, right ?

    Thx a LOT

    Have a great one

    LeftFoot

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    Re: Block openSSH server to start automaticly

    ok, this is it.

    Thx Raja and Tim !

    LeftFoot

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