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    Question ssh won't automatically start at computer bootup.

    Hey guys, how are you doing?
    I am looking for help regarding ssh and tftp and I am sure you can help me.
    I recently upgraded my computer from the Beta version to the Final version and I can't get ssh and tftp to start up automatically at system bootup, unless I manually start them. Is there a way that that can be automated?Should they be automated if you start them once?
    They worked fine, I think, in the Beta version and now I can't get them to work in the Final version.

    Thank you !

    P.S. Respect to all those out there that made this CD possible!


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    Quote Originally Posted by godcronos View Post
    I can't get ssh and tftp to start up automatically at system bootup.
    Set the executable bit on the script(s) you want to start in /etc/rc.d

    example: chmod +x /etc/rc.d/rc.sshd

    sshd listener will then startup on boot. Remember to use persistant directory or HDD install, or your changes will be lost on reboot.

    Regards,
    -bg

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    Thank you bgrimm, I will try that !

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    Default Thanks bgrimm

    Hey that worked. Thanks!

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