I have been trying to setup a ssh server on my desktop for remote access and have been running into a few issues. The first I have found is that sshd is not starting on boot. As soon as I run:
sudo service sshd start
manually I am able to ssh into the computer from itself, so I know ssh daemon is installed properly. Now I just want it to start at boot.
After looking into it I have found in
I have found a script
or something along those lines. I believe the K implies that when entering run-level 3, it is shutting down sshd. Is all I need to do to make it start is create a file S##sshd to have it restart or is there a better way to go about this. I figured I should get some more knowledgeable opinions before I ran around renaming and creating random files on a hunch.